West Seattle Crime Watch: 2 burglary reports

Read on for two reports that came in Friday but involved break-ins earlier in the week:

First one is more information courtesy of Holly on a burglary in Seaview (at 45th/Raymond; map) on Thursday (we had reported it briefly in this roundup):

Turns out this was a pretty bad (burglary). Our neighbor came home to find her door open, kitchen window broken and the house ransacked. She thought the thief/thieves could still be inside so police entered fully armored. The suspect/s had left. No one is in custody. Smaller, easier to carry and pawn items were stolen.

And Connie reports:

One of my clients was broken into between 10:30am – 1:00pm on Wednesday March 11th, in the Arbor Heights area. They kicked in the side door and made off with a flat screen T.V. that was mounted on the wall and cash & jewelry.

She notes that a package delivery had been made to the house while she was there a short time before the apparent window during which it happened, adding “I’d hate to think they are related but I just
wanted to mention it.”

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4 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch: 2 burglary reports"

  • Bradley5 March 14, 2009 (8:58 am)

    How scary! Does anyone know what was going on in the Seaview neighborhood late last night that prompted a police search? My daughter’s boyfriend left our house near 45th/Brandon around 11:30pm and called to say he saw police searching. Our dog had just been barking out back about that time.

  • natinstl March 14, 2009 (6:19 pm)

    Do we know if either of these individuals have alarm systems? We’re contemplating getting one, but I’m curious if it’s worth it.

  • rl March 15, 2009 (12:39 am)

    I have a monitored alarm system and a break in attempt was made @ my home a year ago. They had thrown a rock near the latch in my kitchen window, reached in to remove the piece of wood I used for additional reinforment. The alarm went off when the window was opened, follwed by a telephone call from the alarm company. The thief did not pursue entering the house. I immediately organized a block watch soon after the incident. If anything, it’s a good deterrent.

  • Bettytheyeti March 18, 2009 (5:01 pm)

    rl, is your block watch in Seaview? If so I would like to join. I am in Seaview and had my catalytic converter cut off my 4Runner infront of my house. I am highly motivated! Thanks.

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