Police search for bank robbery suspect | Police blotter

The Bothell Police blotter for Aug. 28 through 31.

  • Thursday, September 6, 2018 2:45pm
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Friday, Aug. 31

Robbery: An unknown suspect walked into Banner Bank on Main St., opened a bag on the counter, mumbled something and showed the bank teller the handle of something that couldv’e been a knife or a baton. The bank teller proceeded to fill the bag with money before the bank robbery suspect left the scene on foot. Police are still trying to identify the suspect.

Thursday, Aug. 30

Theft: An unknown suspect walked into the gift shop on the 18600 block of Bothell Way NE, stole a tray of Jade Bracelets, and then walked out. Nineteen bracelets were stolen and the total loss was about $684.

Motor Vehicle Theft: An unknown suspect stole a vehicle that was parked on the 15500 block of Juanita-Woodinville Way NE.

Wednesday, Aug. 29

Trespass: A suspect was arrested for criminal trespassing after he was seen at the Lyon’s Den Coffee Shop despite the fact that he had previously been trespassed.

Suspicious Circumstances: Two suspicious males were believed to have been casing businesses on the 17100 block of Bothell Way NE before leaving in a newer black Kia sedan headed towards Kenmore. The suspects were later stopped and confirmed to have prior felony convictions and are listed as violent offenders.

VUCSA: A suspect was contacted at his car in the parking lot of Fred Meyer. He was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and theft in the third degree then released. He was also issued a trespass warning for the store.

Tuesday, Aug. 28

Vehicle Prowl: An unlocked vehicle was prowled overnight while parked in a driveway on the 16800 block of 119th Place NE. An unknown suspect stole cash, CD’s, DVD’s and other items.

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