WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen laptop; threatening vandalism

Two reader reports in West Seattle Crime Watch so far today:

STOLEN LAPTOP: Lisa reports a car break-in, sometime between Saturday night and this morning on Delridge near Home Depot; a black bag containing her boyfriend’s work laptop was taken. Useless to the thief or thieves, she says: “You aren’t able to do much because it is secured and needs a government ID to turn on.” It’s a black Dell laptop, Latitude e7450, serial starts with G7S, also “identifying number (ending with 3837) barcode on bottom.” If you have any info, the police incident # is 2017-250195.

THREATENING GRAFFITI VANDALISM: A reader reports spotting “DIE” in orange spray paint on the side of a house near Fairmount Park. He spoke to a neighbor who planned to notify the residents; the police Twitter log indicates a report has been filed.

1 Reply to "WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen laptop; threatening vandalism"

  • Swede. July 10, 2017 (1:56 pm)

    If only the theif know that the laptop would not work I’m sure he would ignored the easy $200-300 laying in plain view… Maybe put a note next time explaining it? Or not leave expensive items in the car? WS have a pretty serious car burglary problem and that is tip #1 from the police to not get your windows busted. 

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