APRIL 14, 1997

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Police Beat by Andrew Walgamott, staff reporter
Apr. 4: A male aged 40-50 exposed a portion of his anatomy to a female employee of a business on NE North Woodinville Way. The suspect was described as unkempt and unwashed.
   Apr. 4/5: An undisclosed amount of cash was taken from a safe at a salon on Woodinville-Duvall Rd. The door lock had been twisted off.
   Computers, monitors, stereo speakers, and other equipment were discovered missing after door locks were pried open at an electronics manufacturer on the Woodinville-Redmond Rd. Further investigation revealed that in another office of the building, $9,700 worth of cameras, lens, microphones, movie cameras, sound recorders, and travel cases were missing. Stolen property was recovered from a Bellevue apartment Apr. 9 which appears to match the goods taken from the electronics manufacturer.
   Apr. 5: An employee, who has since been released, was cited for third degree theft after stealing merchandise from an auto parts store on NE 175th St.
   Apr. 6: Two license plates were stolen from a rental business on Woodinville-Snohomish Rd. The suspect, who was reported leaving the scene in a two-door maroon 1976 Chevy Caprice, is described as a 40ish white male, 5'9", 160 pounds, with grey hair and wearing glasses, a flannel shirt, and "painter's pants."
   Apr. 7: A 16-year-old Woodinville male and 17-year-old Woodinville female were cited with fourth degree assault after attacking a 17-year-old Seattle man at a bus stop on 131st Avenue NE. The victim sustained a dislocated shoulder.
   Apr. 8: A school student was expelled after punching and kicking another at the school.