Along with the breaking/major stories we’ve reported on this weekend, four reader reports have come in over the past few days:
Big item stolen from Zephyr‘s back yard in Highland Park on Friday:
Just thought I’d let the blog know my Silver Snug Top Canopy (for Toyota Tacoma 2000′s model years) was taken from our back yard sometime today (while I was at work). Who knows, maybe it’ll surface somewhere…
Frank is hoping to catch a hit-run driver:
Can you ask your readers if anyone witnessed a hit and run (Friday night) around 9:45-10 pm near Delridge Playfield (with the turf and lights)? A white car of unknown make and model hit my blue Scion TC on the southbound lane of Delridge Way just south of Oregon St. (I know it was a white car because of the white paint scratches) Any info would be helpful.
West Seattle resident Gina is hoping to get her car back – stolen downtown, but you never know where it might turn up:
My car was stolen (Saturday) from 8th and Madison in downtown Seattle, has the Upper Alki sticker on rear bumper. Nothing in car of value, only a 15-year-old beach towel from J.F. Henry used to cover steering wheel on hot days. And a roll of toilet paper in the trunk. Purple 1994 Acura Integra, 4-door, WA plate ANC4454.
Terry has a scam alert – we know these are common, but the more warnings, the better!
My mother received a letter (recently) in the mail from what looked to be from Publishers Clearing House with a check for over $4,000. The ‘check’ was on Wells Fargo bank. In the letter she was asked to call a man named Peter Goodman @ phone # 647-784-6400 to claim with an authorization code. This is a complete scam! We reported it to police. Also went to the bank to verify it was a scam and to give them a copy of the ‘check.’ Please alert your readers.
And now, a chance to make a difference helping crime victims. The open house is downtown but the victims you help might be right here on the peninsula. From Sarah:
Volunteer with the Seattle Police Department’s Victim Support Team! Volunteers assist victims of domestic violence during the weekend hours. Help to stop the cycle of violence in your community.
Attend a VST Open House!
*Tuesday, September 10th, from 12:00pm-1:00pm *MUST RSVP WITH SARAH SORENSEN
*Location: Seattle Police Headquarters
*610 5th Ave [downtown]
RSVP by completing the following online registration form: surveymonkey.com/s/LF7VSKS – Questions? Please call the VST Recruitment Line @ 206-615-0892
Find out even more about the VST in the second half of our story about February’s West Seattle Crime Prevention Council meeting, at which Sorensen was a speaker.
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