In comparison to OTHER parts of the city – where yesterday, for example, brought six shooting reports in the span of about 18 hours (all chronicled on SPD Blotter) – it’s been a relatively quiet holiday weekend in West Seattle. But not devoid of incidents; beyond a few we’ve already covered, we’ve received miscellaneous reader reports, including two break-ins with loot that you’re asked to be on the lookout for – read on:
Craig on Puget Ridge says someone stole a 12-year-old girl’s bicycle from her mom’s garage near 17th/Juneau on Puget Ridge. “As you could probably assume, she is very sad.” It’s a pink bike with the words “Awesome Giant” on it.
Another theft – Jeff says “a very specific colorful ski jacket” was stolen from his truck on 47th in Fauntleroy last week, along with other items:
The patch says “City League Team Ski Racing, Est. 1984.” If you have seen it, he requests that you contact police and “refer to incident # 12-158723.”
On Saturday morning, Elana on 42nd SW in Arbor Heights discovered her “back gate open, a patio chair knocked over, and buckets knocked over next to the shed. It appears that someone came in and took a look around, tried to get into the storage and then left when they realized they were going to have to break the lock to gain entry.