Two cars targeted by prowlers | Enumclaw police reports March 10-12


VEHICLE PROWLS: A Cinkovich Street resident told police the morning of March 12 a vehicle had been entered and several items were missing. There was no damage to the vehicle and there were no immediate suspects. The following day, a resident of McHugh Place reported a vehicle was prowled and a pair of sunglasses valued at $400 were taken.

DOOR KICKED IN: A woman called police at 8:20 p.m. March 12, reporting she had received a phone call from her estranged husband who said he had kicked in the front door of her residence. She arrived home to find the damage done and the suspect gone. She did not wish to pursue the matter, but was intending to obtain a court order the following day.

SHOPLIFT AND MORE: A shoplifting incident the afternoon of Maarch 12 had police responding to a Roosevelt Avenue business. A suspect was arrested and booked on the shoplifting charge; it also was discovered the suspect was wanted on two arrest warrants issued by Enumclaw Municipal Court.

EVERYTHING OK: An officer on patrol at 1:17 a.m. March 10 noticed a suspicious vehicle parked at a vacant residence on 244th Avenue Southeast. It was determined the homeowner’s son was working on the house. Due to a recent burglary, police were asked to continue with extra patrols of the area.

SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS: A resident of 268th Avenue Southeast called police at 4 a.m. March 10 after hearing someone knock on her back door. She did not see anyone and was concerned due to a recent burglary. Police checked around the home and found nothing. The resident asked for extra patrols of the area.


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