West Seattle Crime Watch: Car thefts don’t just happen at night

Many of the auto thefts we hear about happen in the middle of the night – but here’s another reminder thieves might be brazen enough to strike in the middle of the day, too: Amber reports that a gray late-’90s Nissan belonging to a neighbor’s employee was stolen from the street in front of her house today, between 7:45 am and 5 pm. She’s on 18th SW near Thistle (where, she says, a neighbor was hit by burglars just last week).

1 Reply to "West Seattle Crime Watch: Car thefts don't just happen at night"

  • Heather Hildebrand September 29, 2011 (12:49 pm)

    My car was also stolen in the middle of the day about 1pm on Wednesday September 14th broad daylight. It was a 2000 Blue Honda Civic SI. Found a couple days later in an alley in Seattle. Towed to ABC towing towards the West Seattle bridge area. My car was completely stripped and gutted leaving it as a total loss. It makes me sick to know that people do this for a living and crush the hearts of hard working individuals that don’t deserve it.

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