Three West Seattle Crime Watch notes this afternoon, starting with a photo to take a good look at:
Seattle Police have just gone public with surveillance-camera images of the now-notorious ukulele-armed shoplifter who attacked a Delridge convenience-store owner. The attack happened the night of Tuesday, November 27th. Police are still looking for the attacker. Know who he is? Call police at 206-684-5540.
Also in West Seattle Crime Watch this afternoon: An anonymous resident’s mail-theft alert and a mystery motorhome on the move, both ahead:
Mail theft first:
I noticed yesterday that our mailbox was wide-open on 26th Ave SW (near SW Juneau) with no contents. This morning my partner found loose mail srtrewn in the city light open space at the corner of 26th & Juneau (under the big tree). We’ll put the mail in the mail recipients mail-box this morning. Guess it’s time to buy a locked box.
And the Puget Ridge and North Delridge neighborhoods are keeping tabs on one of those roving motorhomes – a photo circulating on one e-mail list shows it with a tarp on top – residents say people linked to the motor home are suspected in multiple thefts:
Just a heads up that the motorhome couple was casing the hood this AM on 21st between Genesee/Andover about 9:30. He’s in a plaid shirt on a bike with a big mesh baby trailer attached (no baby), and she’s in a long white coat. Both had big Elmer Fudd hats on. They split up when they saw me drive by a second time. I’ve seen the motor home going down Dawson Street twice now in the evening, so I think they might be in Puget Ridge somewhere … Watch out for any packages being delivered to your house–they’re an easy target