Copper stolen from Farman Street location | Enumclaw Police

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COPPER THEFT: Police learned Feb. 24 that approximately 80 to 100 pounds of copper had been stolen from a Farman Street location. The loss was valued at $325. There were no immediate suspects or leads.

THROWING STONES: Police took a report Feb. 24 of several juveniles throwing rocks at a residence. Minimal damage was done. Police contacted the juveniles and planned to speak with the homeowners, who were away at the time.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE: An officer responded to a Chinook Avenue address Feb. 23 and contacted a citizen regarding damage done to a vehicle window and speakers that had been taken. There were no immediate suspects.

HARASSMENT: A citizen told police Feb. 21 she had been the victim of harassment via the telephone and the suspect was someone known to her. She was advised of her options.

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