West Seattle Crime Watch: Stolen baseball gear

Emily is hoping her son’s stolen baseball gear might turn up somewhere. Her report:

We had our car broken into last night while parked on 54th (off Genesee). Stolen was a pair of sunglasses and a black Northface jacket but the big loss was they stole my 10-year-old son’s baseball bag … If by chance the thief decided to toss the bag and gear, we would love for people to keep eyes open on Genesee while walking and if found, a reward will be given.

We asked Emily for details on the gear in the bag: “The bag was an Easton bag and it in were an Easton Ghost X bat, black batting helmet with a D logo on front, a Wilson size 12 mitt, some accessories and a team hoodie with (surname starting with G) on the back.” Still awaiting the SPD incident number; the temporary number provided with filing was T19003684.

6 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch: Stolen baseball gear"

  • Mike March 17, 2019 (5:10 pm)

    I think the helmet was thrown over the fence into the blackberry bushes at Schmitz Elementary.  Saw one today, hard to get to.

    • Emily March 17, 2019 (7:34 pm)

      Thank you! We will go look now. 

      • Emily Giaquinta March 18, 2019 (4:00 pm)

        Turns out helmet was not ours so if anyone sees another one, please post. Thank you. 

        • Mike March 18, 2019 (5:09 pm)

          Dang, hope you find the one that is yours.

  • Kerrie March 17, 2019 (6:45 pm)

    I was able to reunite the mitt with its owner after my neighbor pointed it out in our alley on Genesee Hill. (Fortunately, the owner’s name and phone # were on the labels in the mitt.) Three other items found with the mitt did not belong to Emily’s family. If you are missing anything from a car break-in, please identify it and I will arrange to return it to you.

    • WSB March 17, 2019 (7:36 pm)

      Thank you.

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