WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen gold/ivory Honda Accord

10:39 AM: Tim‘s car was stolen overnight on Charlestown Hill:

It’s a golden/ivory 1996 Honda Accord. Very clean 110% bone stock. 5-speed manual. Tan interior. It has a small dimple dent with a green scuff on passenger rear door, and the bumpers have small scratches/scuff marks with “color match paint” to cover. Last seen parked out front on Charlestown St. (near 52nd SW; map) Stolen Sunday night 11/5/17. License plate #BEZ9764. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Call 911 if you see or have seen it. (Tim was in the process of reporting it to police and we’ll add the report # when we get it.)

ADDED 1:28 PM: SPD incident # is 17-411669.

5 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Stolen gold/ivory Honda Accord"

  • Vic November 6, 2017 (12:20 pm)

    My daughter’s 2001 Civic EX was stolen 3 weeks ago from 12th SW & Henderson…SPD just found it. Trashed, much interior damage & some missing parts. Good luck…

  • Chris Stripinis November 6, 2017 (1:08 pm)

    My 1999 Civic was stolen last weekend from 32nd SW and Roxbury with no word yet.  I had always heard that Hondas are often stolen.  Good luck.

  • AG November 6, 2017 (1:24 pm)

    We had an accord stolen a few years back. They found it in the qfc parking lot where the person had left it running while they went in the store.

    We had unknowingly parked it on a street that was being used to “store” stolen Hondas prior to stripping. Take a spin down 20th between Trenton and Barton. I doubt the same ring is still storing cars there, but who knows. Might be worth a look at least. Good luck.   

  • Swede. November 6, 2017 (4:40 pm)

    90s and early 2000s Hondas are real easy to steal. Usually won’t even have to break into them, just use a key or key looking object and unlock them… Worst cars ever for that. 

  • faceless November 6, 2017 (9:55 pm)

    start hitting up the local chop shops. 

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