March police blotter

April 2, 2015

By Staff

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Dress for less

A credit card was stolen from a wallet in a vehicle parked in the 12600 block of Southeast 81st Place between March 7 and 8. The resident reported the thief used the card for a more than $250 shopping spree at a Ross department store.

Stolen plates

A license plate was taken from a car parked in the 6900 block of 115th Court Southeast March 7.

Burgled renovation

More than $1,250 worth of tools was taken from an unoccupied house undergoing renovation in the 7600 block of 116th Avenue Southeast.

Locate iPad

An iPad Air was stolen from a car parked in the 7600 block of 138th Avenue Southeast between March 9 and 10. The resident told police that when turning on the “locate iPad” feature after the theft, it said that it was in Renton.

That’s my spot

A shouting match erupted at the Newcastle Library, 12901 Newcastle Way, after a woman sat at a computer that another man had been using March 10. It escalated when the man, who the woman described as Korean, said something to the effect of “rude Chinese” or “Get out of here Chinese people.” She followed him to the parking lot before calling police to report the incident. He was gone before officers arrived.

Laptop larceny

A $2,500 Macbook and more than $300 worth of clothes was stolen from a vehicle parked in the 7400 block of Newcastle Golf Club Road between March 12 and 13.

Cleared for landing

Three remote control airplanes valued at $600 were among the things taken from a vehicle parked in the 7300 block of Coal Creek Parkway Southeast between March 15 and 16.

Beer me

A serial shoplifter who had previously been banned from the Newcastle Safeway, 6911 Coal Creek Parkway S.E., reportedly stole nine cans of beer from the store March 20.

Fix it Felix

A resident in the Highlands at Newcastle neighborhood reported that two different suspicious men offered to fix a broken fender on the resident’s car, and another came and started taking pictures of neighborhood homes March 22. The resident was worried the men were scouting for burglary targets.

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