Three West Seattle Crime Watch notes to share this afternoon. First, keep an eye out for the car shown above, which belongs to Alex, and was stolen in the Fairmount Park area:
Last night 3/25, an ’87 burgundy Toyota Supra was stolen at 38th and Graham in West Seattle. It seems to have been stolen from between 7 pm and 8 am this morning 3/26. The car has a number of specific details; it is missing the washer squirters in the hood, has a Casual Industries (black and white circular sticker) on the drivers side of the windshield, lowered with chrome wheels and a large (loud) exhaust. If anyone sees this car, please call Seattle PD and reference police report # 2011-97683.
Second: Tom reports his house was broken into just east/uphill from Solstice Park:
At 10:30 (Friday) morning my home was burglarized. Persons kicked in the rear door, smashing through two locks, and stole electronic items. It was broad, brash, and swift. Appropriate police personnel were informed immediately.
Last but not least, SusieQ shares the story of a flower theft – after the jump:
It happened before sunset Thursday, in Westwood:
Unbelievable! Just a little while ago, I was sitting in the living room when I heard a car idling in front of my home. Not expecting visitors, I looked out in time to see a blond woman bent over stealing my daffodils. She looked up and saw me in the window and ran to her truck (a red pickup with a red canopy, couldn’t tell make) and took off, but not before I saw the guilty look on her face.
I planted dozens of bulbs in front of my white picket fence – yes, right next to the sidewalk – so everyone passing by might enjoy them. Everyone, not just you blondie! I wouldn’t be so mad if you’d taken only 1 or 2, but whole handfuls? Really?!? I guess I’ll just have to be content with the memory of all the compliments I’ve received over the years about how they add a bright cheerfulness to these often-gray spring days. I hope you really, really needed them and enjoy them….