|Police Beat - March 4, 2013|
|Written by Compiled by Maggie Inahara from City of Woodinville Police Reports|
It looks like Rover wasn’t too picky about admission standards through his doggie door. Someone in the 18500 block of 151st Avenue NE conned their way past the resident canine and made off with jewelry and a Wii game. Rover isn’t talking.
An unlocked vehicle in the 20000 block of 142nd Avenue NE was the target of a thief with a penchant for fresh fish and quality tunes. With the precision of a highly skilled sous chef, the vehicle’s stereo system was carefully filleted from the dash and set aside. Our chef’s attention was then turned to selecting the implements of fresh fish procurement by liberating two fly rods and reels.
A catch and release of these ill-gotten goods is not anticipated.
It wasn’t the ruby slippers, but a ruby necklace that was taken from a lass who had run away from home for an adventure in a hotel in the 14500 block of NE 145th Street.
She and Toto had carefully stowed the treasure in her basket (aka suitcase) only to find it had gone missing sometime between the tornado and no place like home. Never trust a Tin Man …
The lesser-known cousin of the Tin Man, known as the Copper Man, added to his stash with an eponymous theft of wiring from the back parking lot of a business in the 16100 block of Woodinville Redmond Road.
He was last seen heading off to see either the Wizard or an illicit metal recycler.