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The Bothell police blotter for Oct. 23 through 26.

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Friday, Oct. 26

Theft: An unknown suspect left “My Lash Lounge” without paying for the eyelash service. The total loss is estimated to be $190.

Motor Vehicle Theft: An unknown suspect stole a vehicle from the 18600 block of 103rd Avenue Northeast.

Theft: An unknown suspect stole soccer goal posts overnight from the 11900 block of North Creek Parkway South.

Theft: A suspect was arrested after attempting to leave the Fred Meyer on Bothell-Everett Highway with unpaid items totalling in $261.38.

Thursday, Oct. 25

Theft: An unknown suspect stole a package from the front patio of a home on the 20400 block of 126th Avenue Northeast. The total loss was $75 and a video was obtained but the image was not clear enough to identify the suspect.

Wednesday, Oct. 24

Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect stole a purse with credit cards from a vehicle on the 800 block of 228th Street Southeast.

Tuesday, Oct. 23

Motor Vehicle Theft: An unknown suspect stole a vehicle from a parking lot on the University of Washington Bothell campus.

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