Lynnwood Police blotter

MyNNNThe following are selected incidents from the Lynnwood Police blotter.

Sept. 4

19200 block of 60th Ave. W. Burglary. A laptop was stolen from a residence.

Sept. 5

6000 block of 168th St. SW. Robbery. There was a report of an attempted robbery of a juvenile.

4400 block of 168th St. SW. Robbery. A woman was robbed of $40 by three unidentified suspects.

4700 block of 200th St. SW. Theft. A bicycle was reported stolen. The lock had been cut.

Sept. 6

17800 block of 37th Pl. W. Fraud. A woman said that a man called and said he would fix her computer. She then found out he had charged her credit card.

Sept. 9

5600 block of 166th Pl. W. Found property. A bullet was found.

5700 block of 208th St. SW. Theft. A license plate was reported stolen.

Sept. 10

3700 block of 188th St. SW. Suspicious circumstances. Mail was found on a walking trail.

3000 block of 176th St. SW. Burglary. A window was broken at a residence.

7500 block of 196th St. SW. Trespass. A man was arrested for trespassing.

19900 block of Highway 99. Theft. Bicycle parts were stolen from a store.

16800 block of 48th Ave. W. Theft. A 1991 domestic vehicle was stolen.

3700 block of 191st Pl. SW. Theft. A bicycle was stolen from a carport.

Sept. 11

4400 block of 176th St. SW. Animal. There was a report of cats, which possibly had been abandoned by a tenant.

18800 block of Highway 99. Accident. A man involved in a collision was arrested for DUI,

Sept. 12

18900 29th Ave. W. Theft. A bag was stolen from a vehicle.

5300 168th St. SW. Malicious mischief. A truck was alleged to have been doing doughnuts in the gravel, causing damage to a parking lot.

20700 44th Ave. W. Malicious mischief. A woman found a scratch from one end to the other on her new vehicle.

4600 block 182nd Pl. SW. Theft. A backpack, CD player, CDs, documents, sunglasses and a garage door opener were reported stolen from a vehicle.


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