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Woodinville Police Beat Dec. 15-22

WARRANT SUBJECT

13923 N.E. 175th St.—A male was contacted outside the business and was found to have a warrant for his arrest. After contacting the arresting agency from Pierce County, they declined to accept him on his arrest warrant. The subject was advised to contact the court about his warrant information and was provided information about homeless shelters and released from the scene.

VEHICLE BREAKINS

17705 130th Ave. N.E.—Victim’s driver side window was broken and a lunch box was stolen from inside. Other valuable undisturbed.

17849 Garden Way N.E.—A vehicle window was broken and several articles from inside the vehicle were stolen.

THEFT AVERTED?

14120 N.E. 200th St.—Victim was moving vehicles in his parking lot and noticed a suspicious male parking next to his truck. When the victim returned from moving a vehicle he noticed the suspicious male and the car parked next to his truck were gone. The victim stated his truck and noticed his catalytic converter had been tampered with. The victim likely interrupted the theft of his catalytic converter.

MAIL THEFT

20100 blk. 148th Ave. N.E.—Homeowner received notification from motion cameras of a suspicious male backing into his driveway and stopping at his unlocked mailbox.  Unknown if anything of value was stolen, homeowner believes only mail advertisements

STOLEN PHONES

14306 N.E. 193rd PL.—Business owner reported an unknown suspect stole six work cell phones from inside the business.

19819 136th Ave. N.E.—Student’s left a backpack unsecured in the locker room and a cell phone was stolen from inside.

SHOPLIFTING CASES

17849 Garden Way N.E.—Three subjects loaded a shopping cart with store merchandise and pushed the cart out the front of the store.

13106 N.E. 175th St.—Juvenile male stole several air fresheners from a business. He was contacted and agreed to pay for the stolen items and was trespassed from the business.

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