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Theft interrupted | Enumclaw Police

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THEFT INTERRUPTED: A citizen contacted police at 6:16 a.m. June 3, stating he interrupted someone in the process of stealing a computer from his vehicle. A suspect could not be located. Nothing else was taken.

THEFT HALTED: A Semanski Street resident told police June 3 someone entered his shed and was attempting to remove items. When seen by the property owner, the suspect fled on foot. Nothing was missing and the suspect could not be located.

PARK DRINKING: Police learned June 3 of a man drinking beer in McFarland Park. He was contacted and, after being advised of park rules, disposed of the beer.

LINES DOWN: A postal employee called police the morning of June 2, advising of lines down across the road in the vicinity of Myrtle Avenue and Marion Street. It was determined to be cable lines and Comcast was notified.

VEHICLE PROWL: A Farrelly Street resident told police June 2 someone had gone through her vehicle and taken a garage door opener and a current insurance card. She was advised to deactivate the opener and get it reprogrammed. There was no vehicle damage.

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