It’s been quieter on the burglary front lately; we should hear the newest stats at the West Seattle Crime Prevention Council meeting on Tuesday. Meantime, an alert from a break-in victim near 29th and Raymond in High Point, who sent a note this afternoon:
We just filed a police report for a break-in to our garage. We had left the door unlocked because we planned to be in and out all day while we moved some things around. Around three I brought some boxes down and noticed the car doors were slightly ajar. I started looking around and found that a very old laptop and an iPod had been taken from one of the cars.
When the officer came to take our report she indicated that they had found some kids in another garage not too far away. We are now searching for serial numbers. (As I type I am on hold with Apple Support).
It is a good reminder to always keep your doors locked and to not leave valuables in your car.
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