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Sept. 23

Stolen mail deliveries: An unknown suspect stole mail and packages belonging to a 79-year-old woman living at an apartment near 96th Avenue Northeast. The taken items had an estimated value of $213.

Sept. 22

Theft: Security personnel at a store located on State Route 527 observed two suspects take an electric razor and plant from the business without paying. The items have a combined value of $250. The case is still active and under investigation with police.

Traffic Collission: Police responded to a traffic collision in which a 2004 Chevy Tahoe sideswiped a 1998 Mazda Protege while backing out of a parking stall near State Route 527.

Sept. 21

Threats: Two males, an 18-year-old and a 19-year-old, allegedly threatened down their music. The incident took place at an apartment complex near Northeast 180th Street.

Sept. 19

Domestic: Police responded to reports of a domestic disturbance at a residence on Meridian Avenue South.

KENMORE

Oct. 1

Break-in:An unknown suspect forcefully entered a vacant, newly-renovated condominium complex and took appliances from one of the units. The suspect gained access by prying open a rear sliding door.

Sept. 26

Stolen bike: A resident entered the garage of his condominium complex and found that his bicycle had been stolen. The cable for his bike had been cut. Police have no suspects in the case.

Sept. 25

Witness flees: A suspect allegedly stole a shopping cart full of beer from Safeway. A customer witnessed the incident and reported it, but was no longer present when police arrived at the scene to document the incident.

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