West Seattle Crime Watch: Arbor Heights intruder; Seaview statue

Two notes tonight – one, an Arbor Heights neighborhood hit again; our last car-prowl tipster from yesterday now has this report of an intruder she thought might be her neighbor – but wasn’t:

Around 8:20 this morning my dog was acting funny in the yard, and it turns out that there was something afoot. When I called out the neighbor’s name, there was a mumbled, “(Neighbor) is in the house.” Um, huh? So I called again, with a clearer response this time, “(Neighbor) is in the house.” Hmmm, that didn’t make sense, knowing the neighbor. Third try, this time a clearer response, and the guy was starting out of the shed ** but with his back to me***. My dog was not happy with this, and the guy turned, so I got a good look at him: Dark-skinned male, late 20s? [not young teen, not elderly, but the age guess is not easy for me], gray beanie,, lumpy black back pack, gray/black cammie pants, and clear plastic bags on his feet up just below his knees. Guy took off while I called 9-1-1 , and it turns out that several houses whose yards share borders were all hit — including a large, wheeled powertool that was found in the yard next door to its owner.

Folks, PLEASE call 9-1-1 if you see *anything* that isn’t regular!

This all happened in the area of SW 106th through SW108th on 31st SW and 32nd SW.

Meantime, near California/Juneau, this turned up behind Alison‘s back fence:

She wonders, “Maybe stolen and ditched??” (And we can’t help wonder if it somehow was related to this unclaimed, mystery artwork.)

3 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch: Arbor Heights intruder; Seaview statue"

  • Ever December 23, 2012 (12:06 am)

    That frog is sold at the pier one store.

  • happy December 23, 2012 (8:03 am)

    The police say that they need people to cal 9-1-1 for ANYTHING out of the ordinary. You know who belongs in your neighborhood and who is suspicious. Even if you’re not sure, call. The police can’t stop someone on the street just to check on them, but they CAN stop someone on the street if there has been a 9-1-1 call about a “suspicious person” or “intruder”– so CALL!

  • BlairJ December 24, 2012 (3:37 pm)

    That is one cool frog.

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