1. Larceny-14600 block of NE 174th St.
Snohomish County detectives recovered the victim’s class ring after it was pawned by one of their suspects. The victim was unaware his ring had been stolen but did not want to assist detectives with the case.
2. Commercial Burglary-19500 block of 144 Av NE.
An unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked business and stole a bottle of alcohol from the employee break room.
3. Larceny- 19500 block of 144th Ave NE
A black male suspect wearing a black puffy winter jacket entered the business and stole $20 from the cash register and walked out. Video of the suspect was obtained and he is believed to have committed several recent thefts in the area.
4. Larceny- 18000 block of Garden Way NE.
The victim reported a white male suspect stole an Apple i-Phone from the display after waiting until the store was full of customers.
5. Residential Burglary- 17500 block of 164th Ave NE.
Neighbors called police after noticing a generator had been stolen from an open garage and left outside. Two open garages had been entered by unknown suspects and 1 sawzall had been stolen.
6. Larceny– 14300 block of NE 145th St.
The victim reported his leaf blower stolen from the bed of his open pickup truck while parked in the parking lot of the restaurant.
8. Larceny– 16200 block of NE 203 PL.
Unknown suspects cut the catalytic converter from the victim’s vehicle some time in the past two months.
9. Larceny– 19800 block of 136th Ave NE
The victim reported his i-Pod stolen from his clothing inside his school locker.
10. Larceny, Shoplift- 17600 block of Garden Way NE.
An adult female was caught shoplifting baby products from the grocery store. She was cited and released pending theft charges. Another male suspect was caught stealing vanilla from the store. He also was cited and released pending charges.
--Information from Woodinville Police Department.
More information for both the city and unincorporated King County can be found on line at Crime Reports. Not all types of crimes committed in Woodinville are shown on the report. Assault, theft, burglary, and robbery are included in the report.