Suspects steal $1,400 from QFC cash register | Police blotter for April 1-7

The blotter consists of crime accounts and other incidents in the city of Sammamish.

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Saturday, April 7

Mail Theft: A homeowner on the 21700 block of Southeast 35th St. noticed a pile of discarded mail under their mailbox.

Friday, April 6

Mail Theft: An unknown suspect stole mail that contained prescription medicine from an unlocked mailbox from the 1800 block of 220th Place of Northeast.

Mail Theft: A witness reported that he had found dumped mail in some bushes at his residence on the 21800 block of Northeast 17th Court.

Sexual Offender Registration: A sexual offender was was convicted of Communication With a Minor For Immoral Purposes on Jan. 22 2010 and was required to register to the address of 3700 block of 247th Ave. Southeast on Sept. 30, 2011.

Thursday, April 5

Larceny: A victim reported that they never received a package that was sent to him on the 27100 block of Southeast 13th.

Wednesday, April 4

Suspicious Circumstances: A witness reported a man spotted on his front door camera that looked around the front porch on the 25800 block of Southeast 41st St. before grabbing on to his son’s bike then leaving it and walking away towards a nearby park.

Tuesday, April 3

Burglary: A victim came home and found that his house on the 22400 block of Northeast 18th St. had been burglarized and several items of jewelry were taken.

Attempted Auto Theft: A suspect attempted vehicle theft on the 21400 block of Southeast 34th Place by punching the driver door lock and ignition.

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole tools from an unlocked vehicle of 2600 block of 231st Ave. Southeast.

Larceny: Two unknown suspects broke into the QFC on the 4500 block of Klahanie Drive Southeast and stole about $1,400 in cash from a register.

Monday, April 2

Accident/DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI after he crashed into a yard and officers found him asleep at the wheel on the 21100 block of 228th Ave. Northeast. The suspect refused the breath test and officers obtained his blood.

Larceny: A suspect cut and removed copper wiring from lighting system in a sporting complex on the 400 block of 228th Ave. Northeast.

Sunday, April 1

Burglary: Items were taken from a house on the 4300 block of 232nd Court Southeast while the victims were in China and dog sitter gave their dog away.

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