Suspect heists $10,000 worth of liquor from QFC | Police Blotter

The Sammamish Police Blotter for May 22 - June 1.

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Friday, June 1

Suspicious Circumstances: Suspicious words including “Immortalized” and a clock depicting 11:55 were written on a bathroom stall wall of a men’s bathroom at Skyline High School.

Thursday, May 31

Stolen License Plates: A victim’s front license plate was stolen on the 3000 block of 230th Lane Southeast.

Wednesday, May 30

Burglary: An unknown suspect cut bolts to a liquor cellar and stole $10,000 worth of liquor from inside the QFC on the 2900 block of 228th Ave. Southeast.

Monday, May 28

Hit and Run Injury: A driver made a turn in front of motorcycle causing the motorcyclist to fall near the corner of Northeast 12th Place and 228th Ave. Northeast. The rider suffered numerous minor injuries and the motorcycle went through a fence.

Saturday, May 26

Burglary: A victim reported a burglary at his residence that is under construction on the 200 block of Lake Sammamish. The lower awning window was broken to gain entry, but nothing was missing.

Tuesday, May 22

Burglary: An unknown suspect broke into a residence through the back sliding glass door on the 25200 block of Southeast Klahanie Boulevard and stole computer items.

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