Suspect assaults victim and steals their jacket | Sammamish police blotter for April 30 – May 6

The blotter is not a comprehensive list of incidents in Sammamish.

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Sunday, May 6

Burglary: A Sammamish resident’s car was prowled while parked in Redmond and the suspect stole a garage door opener. Police found the victim’s garage doors open on the 1500 block of 233 Place Northeast.

Friday, May 4

Suspicious Circumstances: A victim reported that the rear window of their car was broken out while parked in their driveway on the 1100 block of East Lake Sammamish.

Stolen License Plates: The front license plate was stolen from a vehicle parked on the 22500 block of Southeast 15th Place.

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole items from unlocked vehicles on the 22400 block of Northeast 12th Court.

Wednesday, May 2

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole house keys from a victim’s vehicle overnight on the 1300 block of 220th Place northeast.

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on the 22400 block of Northeast 10th St.

Highway Robbery: A suspect assaulted a victim and stole their jacket in front of the QFC on the 4500 block of Klahanie Drive Southeast.

Suspicious Circumstances: A reporting party discovered trees cut on his property and a bridge made from the cut wood on the 20400 block of Southeast 19th St.

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole subwoofers from an unlocked vehicle parked on the 22500 block of Northeast 12th Place.

Tuesday, May 1

Assault: A suspect assaulted a victim after an argument at the YMCA on the 800 block of 228th Ave. Southeast.

Burglary: A victim came home to discover two suspects fleeing her home after breaking in through the back door on the 22200 block of Northeast 28th Place.

Monday, April 30

Grand Theft Auto: A suspect stole a vehicle that was parked outside an apartment on the 3800 block of Klahanie Drive Southeast.


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