Walgreen’s shopper makes off with seven bottles of booze | Police Blotter

Police blotter for April 17-20.

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April 17

Suspicious vehicle: At 9:57 a.m. in the 22400 block of 3rd Avenue Southeast, officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked in the area. An investigation revealed that the vehicle and registered owner were not involved in criminal activity but it was determined that a suspect at the location had multiple felony warrants.

Theft: At 11:29 a.m. in the 20800 block of Bothell-Everett Highway, officers responded to a local Walgreens store. A subject with a shopping basket placed four Jack Daniel’s and three Captain Morgan bottles in his basket. He appeared at first as if he was going to purchase the booze, but instead fled without paying. This type of incident occurs once every two to three weeks at this location. The suspect could not be located.

April 18

Vehicle prowl: At 5:49 p.m. in the 12900 block of Northeast 180th Street, a subject had their car prowled. It was locked and secured in a parking garage. Suspects took a wallet, valued at $500 and multiple credit and debit cards. There were no leads or witnesses at the time and the case closed.

April 19

Identity theft: At 1:05 p.m. in the 21800 block of 3rd Avenue Southeast, someone reported that an unknown suspect unlawfully obtained their financial information related to their Key Bank home equity line of credit account. The suspect allegedly fraudulently cashed a check against a line of credit in the amount of $140,000.

Something sweet: At 7:59 p.m. in the 19100 block of Beardslee Boulevard, a reporting party stated that their wallet was stolen while he was at Menchie’s frozen yogurt. He recalled possibly leaving his wallet on the counter by the register. When he returned home, he noticed his wallet was gone. Video footage was obtained and the case pending.

April 20

Missing jewelry: At 8 a.m. in the 2300 block of 211th Street Southeast, a victim was having electrical work done at her home. Two employees came by and installed a ceiling fan in her master bedroom and a ventilation fan in the bathroom. And now she was missing jewelry.

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