by Matt Schroeder and Mina Hochberg
Between June 27 and June 28, unknown suspect(s) burglarized a business located on the 19000 block of 144th Avenue NE by forcing open a sliding door, and stole approximately $29,000 in tools and equipment, damaging the store by running into walls with a forklift used to transport the stolen goods.
On June 30, police recovered 900 pounds of new aluminum sheets from an Everett salvage yard. Because of its green coloring, the aluminum is believed to be the metal from a Boeing 727 mid-flap wing reported stolen from another local business a few weeks ago.
Between July 1 and July 2, a 50-year-old man arrived at his job in a local business to find 27 rounds of .357-caliber lead bullets from an unknown origin sitting on his desk. The front door had been unlocked the previous night when the victim was still present, and there was no sign of a forced entry.
In the morning hours of July 3, mail was rifled through in two mailboxes in the 13000 block of NE 198th Street.
On July 3, someone stole two BFG 1350 tires and gold rims worth $2,000 from the lot of a local auto body shop, in another incident in a continuing rash of thefts on this business. It is suspected the crimes are being committed by the same group.
At 1:20 a.m. July 8, a male was kicked out of a Woodinville watering hole, then resisted and allegedly broke the windshield of a nearby car in the parking lot with a hammer-type tool, causing $250 damage.