Auburn Police blotter | Dec. 1

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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Nov. 25 and 27:

Nov. 25

Trespassing: 7:42 a.m., 4104 A St. SE. Police booted a man from a Puget Sound Energy substation.

Burglary: Overnight, 200 block of L Street Southeast. Someone entered the fenced-in backyard of a residence, forced their way into a storage shed and stole a stereo system.

Vandalism: Overnight, 5500 Lakeland Hills Way SE. A person or persons unknown vandalized and broke into a group of community mailboxes.

Nov. 26

Shoplifting: 10:42 a.m., 4010 A St. SE. Police arrested this dude for stealing items from a business, and as he had been previously told to stay away from said business, police charged him with criminal trespassing, too.

Nov. 27

Vandalism: Overnight, 6603 S. 287th St. Somebody cut off the lock on a storage container at a construction site but did not enter the trailer.

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