Auburn police blotter | Nov. 16

Auburn police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Nov. 8 and 11:

Nov. 8

Theft: Overnight, 28000 block of 124th Avenue Southeast. A male — boy, teen, young man, middle age man, old man, police offered no hint of his general age — reported that somebody had stolen his iPhone while he was grooving at a house party in Black Diamond.

Nov. 10

Bogus bills: 1:47 p.m., 3900 block of A Street Southeast. An undisclosed local business complained to police that some customers had used a counterfeit $100 to buy two refreshing carbonated beverages.

Clothing thief: 4:40 p.m., 1101 Supermall Way SW. A shoplifter snatched up clothing and bolted with said accoutrements before store employees caught up with and tackled the thieving so and so in the parking lot. For reasons undisclosed, police decided not to give the name of the business.

Theft from vehicle: Overnight, 6700 block of Elaine Court Southeast. Business deposit left in car, unlocked vehicle parked in driveway, theft from vehicle during the night, thieves got away with the money.

The boot: 12:04 p.m., 1101 Supermall Way SW. For objectionable acts undisclosed, Supermall management gave a man the vigorous left foot of fellowship.

Shoplifting: 4:50 p.m., 1101 Supermall Way S.W. Somebody stole 30 pairs of Yoga Pants from an unnamed store.

Nov. 11

Vandalism: Overnight, 3000 block of Scenic Drive Southeast. Somebody took a knife to a 1997 Jaguar XK8’s convertible roof.

Burglary: 4 p.m., 2536 Auburn Way N. Somebody burglarized a business of numerous vehicle parts and accessories. While police chose not to disclose the name of the business, it turned out to be B&B Auto Parts.

Theft: 6 p.m., 700 West Valley Highway S. Somebody stole a GPS from a vehicle parked at the Peasley Canyon Park and Ride.

Tool thievery: 5 a.m., 2900 block of Scenic Drive Southeast. Somebody stole tools from a vehicle.

Vandalism: 1:01 a.m., 2700 block of 18th Street Southeast. A woman reported that an unknown person had used an empty paint can to shatter a window of her residence.


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