Three reader reports in West Seattle Crime Watch this evening:
CAR VANDALIZED: Ian reports that while he went for a half-hour walk at Jack Block Park with his two-month-old son last night, somebody broke the rear window on his locked car and tripped the alarm:
Nothing was missing, Ian says, “because there was no valuables inside, just an Infant Car Seat Base. This is so disappointing, and I had to drive home with open windows and tons of small broken glass in the car with my little son.”
HIT-RUN: Christie says the driver of this car hit hers and took off shortly thereafter:
My car was hit in front of my house on SW Hudson Street Saturday afternoon. The car was a dark ( possibly black) Chevy sedan with a dealer plate in the rear window which included Sept or September. It did not have license plates. I watched the accident occur and the car backed up and stopped. The driver’s window was open so I spoke with the 25ish African American woman who was driving. I asked her to put the car in park and speak with me. First she looked confused, then said 3 – 4 times that she did not hit my car before she drove away. The dark car is pictured here. It has red paint on the passenger side front bumper. Please comment if you have information or contact Seattle Police, incident number 18-308040.
DUMPED BICYCLES: Barbara sent these photos of two bicycles that “turned up in our rockery near 45th and Edmunds”:
She says they do not belong to any of her neighbors, and she adds: “They’re old and one-speeds, but have been repainted, one matte black, and one metallic purple with white flower decals. Nice leather hand grips and seats.”