WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Attempted business break-in

As if small businesses don’t have enough to worry about … Evan at Lady Jaye in The Junction sent that photo of damage to their door, explaining, “Someone tried to break in our back door last night, so remind everyone to lock their doors and set their alarms, especially the businesses that are empty. We are here a lot so it’s easier for us to police. All of our booze is off-premise too.” Local police say their emphasis patrols have switched focus to include closed businesses, but they can’t be everywhere – they’ve provided this advice, too.

8 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Attempted business break-in"

  • David April 2, 2020 (8:19 pm)

    Scoundrels. The folks at Lady Jaye are the best and are serving up some fantastic food right now during the crisis. We won’t tolerate crime against our neighbors, especially during this pandemic.

  • flimflam April 2, 2020 (9:18 pm)

    aww, poor thief, i hope they don’t feel ashamed. gosh. 

  • Keden April 2, 2020 (9:47 pm)

    Maybe they were after some buttermilk biscuits.  Those biscuits could lead me to a life of crime.  

    • Kadoo April 2, 2020 (10:21 pm)

      Good advertisement! I didn’t know they had biscuits. I’d better go try them. Rotten that someone broke in, especially now when life is tough enough for businesses already.  

  • Justme April 2, 2020 (10:23 pm)

    No kidding on those biscuits. I had my first one tonight!

  • WSdudeman April 3, 2020 (10:03 am)

    Ungh. Sorry to see this, but this is going to increase in frequency. Stay vigilant WS friends.

  • Theresa April 3, 2020 (4:25 pm)

    Special place in hell for the people taking advantage during this crisis.

    • Dan Osborne April 5, 2020 (8:16 am)

      It’s not the middle ages anymore. Threatening someone with a made up place isn’t going to deter them lol. Maybe try to keep religion out of it?

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