Burglary: At 2:51 p.m. in the 12600 block of Northeast Hollyhills Drive, officers responded to investigate a burglary report. The victim reported some an unknown subject had kicked open the rear door of their rental residence, currently under construction. His rear door had been damaged but nothing was taken from the residence. The damage to the door is estimated to be $150.
Vehicle prowl: At 4:33 p.m. in the 22600 block of Bothell-Everett Highway, a victim reported that someone broke into her vehicle by breaking her front passenger window. The suspect stole her lunchbox. Video surveillance showed that a white male, with dark colored hair and beard was likely was the culprit.
Coffee creeper: At 4:03 p.m. in the 19100 block of Bothell Way Northeast, a man who often frequented the Gourmet Latte coffee stand, pulled up to the stand with his left hand in his pants and appeared to be masturbating. When the suspect was asked about the incident, he denied that he was and claimed that he had to use the restroom really badly due to a urinary problem caused by his heart medication.
Fraud: At 1:10 p.m. in the 19400 block of 109th Court Northeast, a victim was chatting on WeChat with a woman and grew interested in taking her out on a date. She agreed but told him he had to give her some money to prove he had enough money to take her out. She directed him to purchase a Google Play card for $500. He complied and gave her the number by phone. He was soon contacted by a male subject who demanded $3,000 or he would come to his residence and harm him. The victim said he didn’t have that much money. The suspect then asked how much he did have, to which the victim said about $1,500. The suspect told him to buy three more gift cards for $500 each. He gave the male suspect the card numbers.
Fraud: At 11:11 a.m. in the 23000 block of 15th Avenue Southeast, a victim was contacted by phone over her stolen $75 Nordstrom gift card, given to her for her 80th birthday. She explained that she went to use the gift card and it showed a zero balance. The card did not appear tampered, she said. The officer contacted Nordstrom customer service via phone and they said their fraud department would handle the incident and the balance would be refunded.