West Seattle Crime Watch: Stolen car; stolen motorcycle

July 31, 2014 at 10:58 am | In Crime, West Seattle news | 5 Comments

Please be on the lookout for these two stolen vehicles reported by WSB readers, and call 911 if you see either:

STOLEN CAR: From Thad, “… my 91 Blue Honda Civic 4-Door was stolen last night between 10 pm and 5 am from around 34th and Trenton st. It has been reported to SPD.”

STOLEN MOTORCYCLE: Justin just let us know about a motorcycle stolen from the Link Apartments garage (38th/Alaska) in The Triangle two weeks ago, “silver 2003 Harley Davidson V-Rod motorcycle, MN plate, license #88-686MD,” July 14 or 15th, when, he says, the garage door at the building was broken and stuck open overnight. Police have a report on this too.

5 Comments

  1. was it parked on trenton? We are on 34th and Trenton curious as to if I have seen it…someone has been vandalized our yard every morning….

    Comment by CA — 11:22 am July 31, 2014 #

  2. Another day, another early Nineties Honda gone AWOL …
    Good luck. I hope you get it back in decent condition.

    Comment by onion — 11:57 am July 31, 2014 #

  3. CA – Yes, it was parked on Trenton.

    onion – Thanks! Time will tell…

    Comment by Thad — 12:31 pm July 31, 2014 #

  4. Hhmm!!! Car Theft is still on the rise.Who are the WSBloggers like “AlkiResident” going to point the finger at now beings that Bryan Tiedeman is incarcerated? So sure of your claims accusing him for crimes going years back when he didnt even live in the state.This just goes to show ppl like urself that speak as if u know it all but really dont have a fckn clue.You pose no position to judge others on pure accusations

    Comment by savage justice — 10:13 pm July 31, 2014 #

  5. Was the Harley ignition locked? Or the steer lock? If so, did the thief have to “lift” the bike, so he would have needed help. Unless he used a hydraulic lift? curious.

    Comment by wsres — 10:55 pm August 5, 2014 #

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