Suspect breaks into hardware store steals chainsaws and weed eater | Police blotter

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Wednesday, Dec. 12

Burglary: An unknown suspect broke into a local hardware store on the 8500 block of Northeast Bothell Way and stole two chainsaws and a weed eater.

Tuesday, Dec. 11

VUCSA: A subject was stopped, along with his passenger, for traffic violations on the 22800 block of State Route 527 Southeast and were subsequently arrested for possession of illegal narcotics and drug paraphernalia, including meth, heroin and numerous pieces of paraphernalia belonging to both suspects.

Theft: A victim reported that their rear license plate was stolen on the 2000 block of Maltby Road.

Burglary: A victim reported her apartment had been burglarized on the 1600 block of 228th Street Southeast.

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