Stolen iPhone sold to store | Bonney Lake Police Blotter

Officers spoke with the reporting party regarding a missing phone that she had bought for her sister back in August.

Bonney Lake Police Department

Bonney Lake Police Department

September 26

Theft: Officers spoke with the reporting party regarding a missing phone that she had bought for her sister back in August. She thought her sister had just misplaced the phone but after activating the “Find my iPhone” app, she found her phone had been sold to a company at the Supermall who purchases used electronics. She must file a police report before she can get her phone back. This case has been forwarded for investigation.

Vehicle Vandalism: Officers spoke with the reporting regarding vandalism to her car while it was parked at the coffee stand she works at. She found scratches on her driver door and left front fender. At the time of the report, there was nothing further.

Burglary: Officers contacted the reporting party by phone regarding copper wiring and brass fittings that went missing from a house that is being built. He is the owner of the company who is building the houses and said overnight someone entered the house and cut several hundred feet of the wiring along with fittings for a sprinkler system. The estimated cost to repair and replace everything he told officers is $3,000. At the time of the report there was nothing further.

Fraud: Officers spoke with the reporting party regarding a break in to her car while she was parked in Bonney Lake High School’s parking lot. Her purse was stolen from underneath her driver’s seat and when she went to cancel her credit card, she was told $180.57 had already been charged at three different locations. This report was forwarded for follow up, nothing further at this time.


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