WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Car, bike, jewelry stolen in burglary

Just received from Taylor:

House was broken into on the lower half of Fairmount Ave SW between Friday and noon today.

Stolen items:
2021 white Porsche Cayenne S

Heirloom and new jewelry.
Chloe small clutch purse, a few other purses and belts of value
Black bike (don’t remember the model number).

This bike was left next to the shed, likely abandoned after taking my bike:

No police report # yet but we’ll add it as soon as it’s available. (Update: It’s 22-135939.)

4 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Car, bike, jewelry stolen in burglary"

  • UselessPoliticians May 29, 2022 (3:36 pm)

    I know it won’t bring your car back, but clearly someone is now using electronics to steal newer cars.  Store your keys in a Farday bag at home. They are cheap and worth it to save the pain.https://www.amazon.com/rfid-key-fob-protector-Automotive/s?k=rfid+key+fob+protector&rh=n%3A15684181%2Cp_36%3A1253493011

  • bolo May 29, 2022 (8:10 pm)

    Good advice, but in this case (home burglary) the thief(s) may have found the carkeys themselves, no need for electronic repeater thingy. My advice– have a hidden switch installed that disables the fuel pump when switched off. Then even if they get the key, or even electronically mimic it, they won’t get very far, if at all.

    • UselessPoliticians May 30, 2022 (10:48 am)

      Good point, now I feel a bit silly for not completely reading the details lol.

  • Joe May 30, 2022 (11:49 am)

    Porsches have integrated trackers installed. Check with the manufacturer/dealer. They should be able to see exactly where it is. 

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