West Seattle Crime Watch: Stolen vehicle to watch for

August 24, 2011 at 12:53 pm | In Crime, West Seattle news | 3 Comments

Hope you never need to report a stolen vehicle – but if you do, we’re committed to helping get the word out as part of West Seattle Crime Watch. Jeff just e-mailed to report:

My 2005 white Landcruiser was stolen Monday evening from the Admiral district. Plate number 208SWW. Please call Jeff At 206-390-5919 if you see it.

3 Comments

  1. Why is it that when my car got stolen It was a side note with a bunch of other crimes. If seen lately that if it’s a newer expensive car it gets it’s own story. Regardless of the age or value of a car, it sucks just as much to everyone that gets theirs stolen. Chances are it sucks more because we can’t afford to lose it an it’s our lifeline to do a lot of things. If someone loses a land rover, chances are they had theft protection and are well enough off to afford something else. I just feel that there is some favoritism going on.

    Comment by Robby — 2:53 pm August 25, 2011 #

  2. Robby, have no idea which car was yours. There’s no favoritism, I don’t have time or inclination or interest in that. Some days if a lot of Crime Watch reports come in, or maybe it’s a busy day, they are all put together as one roundup. If just one comes in, and/or it’s a slow day, it’s a standalone. Doesn’t matter if it’s a ’75 Maverick or an ’11 Lamborghini. A stolen vehicle’s a stolen vehicle. At some point non-breaking crime reports may all just have to go to the Crime Watch page and off the home page entirely, as happened with lost pets and “anyone know a good dry cleaner?” reader recommendation, but at this point we’re at least trying to get as many as possible to the home page at some point, in some form. – TR

    Comment by WSB — 3:13 pm August 25, 2011 #

  3. must have been towed away, or did they have the key?

    Comment by j — 9:25 pm August 27, 2011 #

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