Two shoplifts | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers were called to a shoplift in progress on Oct. 14. While en route, dispatch advised the female subject had left the store and was contacted by loss prevention in the parking lot, but refused to be brought back into the store for police contact.

SHOPLIFT 1: Officers were called to a shoplift in progress on Oct. 14. While en route, dispatch advised the female subject had left the store and was contacted by loss prevention in the parking lot, but refused to be brought back into the store for police contact. She then got into her car and left. Officers located the vehicle and pulled it over soon after. Officers confirmed that one of the passengers was the woman who was stopped for shoplifting. Officers cited the woman and she was trespassed from the store.

SHOPLIFT 2: Officers were called to another shoplift on Oct. 14 and talked to loss prevention, who had detained the male subject. Loss prevention said they watched the man remove a knife from its package and put it in his pants. The man was cited and trespassed.

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