West Seattle Crime Watch: Burglary, car-prowl alerts

September 29, 2012 at 12:20 pm | In Crime, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

We have two reader reports to share, both with break-in alerts. The first one is from an Arbor Heights resident:

Just wanted to give an alert out: My house on 35th Ave SW & 114th Ave SW was broken into (Friday) between 8 am and 2 pm. They came in through a side window, stole my computer, iPod & ransacked some rooms and then left through the front door. My dog was home in her crate, luckily they did not take her or hurt her (but they were not deterred by her either because she was crated).

And from the 1500 block of 42nd SW in North Admiral:

About 415 am we heard our dog bark incessantly. We didn’t think much of it until the morning when we went into our vehicle that was parked in front of our home, and it had clearly been rummaged through. Meaning, everything from inside the glove compartment and console had been pulled out. There was no visible damage to the car and nothing of significance was stolen. We believe our dog scared him/her off and we also believe that whomever it was exited through our backyard, as our dog eventually began barking toward the back of the house. Be on alert!

2 Comments

  1. Give that dog a treat! Good dog!

    Comment by marty — 1:29 pm September 29, 2012 #

  2. Should’ve listened to the dog.

    Comment by Alki Resident — 5:00 pm September 29, 2012 #

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