WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Car theft; stolen keys; found 1-speed bicycle, and fishing-related items

Four reader reports in West Seattle Crime Watch:

CAR STOLEN: Some types of crime are on the decline in West Seattle, but, police have said at recent community meetings, auto theft is not. Here’s a reader report from Nicole:

My 2000 white Honda CRV was stolen from my house (in the 3000 block of) 38th Ave SW in the middle of the night last night. It has a Seahawks license plate and a Seahawks 12 sticker.

The plate number is BCW4412.

CAR PROWL FOLLOWUP: We published Sara‘s car-prowl report yesterday, and now she’s discovered one particular stolen item that she hopes you will be able to watch for:

After getting a thorough look through the car – it looks like they took my work keys. There are quite a few keys on on an Oregon lanyard (black with green and yellow writing). This won’t help them get into anything as they are for an internal office.

The theft happened near 35th SW/SW Dakota.

Now, FOUND items that likely were stolen from somebody:

FOUND BICYCLE: Mike reports, “Found a beautiful 1-speed Raleigh bicycle in Pigeon Point. Hoping to return to the owner.” Let us know if you’re missing a bicycle that might match that description.


I found a tackle box, fishing bag, and brown jacket on the corner of Edmunds and 51st last night while walking my dog. It seemed really out of place and may be related to the prowler reported two nights ago in the alley on 48th and 49th.

1 Reply to "WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Car theft; stolen keys; found 1-speed bicycle, and fishing-related items"

  • vera nevue March 16, 2017 (12:05 pm)

    Found items that look like fell out of a car.  A discover pass for car License #AZH2121, and a National Parks pass – can only read part of 1 signature looks like last name of Ebede.

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