Auburn Police blotter | Feb. 2

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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Jan. 23 and 29:

Jan. 23

Theft: Overnight, 1300 block of 29th Street Northwest. Police recovered an un-reported stolen trailer.

Theft: Overnight, 10 block of R Street Southeast. While a young man was sleeping, someone stole his brown backpack, which held a black semi-automatic Canik TP 9 mm pistol and a Sony PlayStation 4.

Burglary: 11:38 a.m., 1225 29th Street Southeast. A person or persons unknown burglarized a church.

Assault with a knife: 10:25 p.m., One man complained that another man had tried to assault him with a knife before the would-be assailant fled on a bicycle.

Theft: 8 p.m., 1205 4th St. NE. A thief reportedly plucked someone’s ATM cards right out of his or her pocket.

Jan. 26

Recovered stolen vehicle: 8:37 a.m., 2017 I St. NE. Loss recovery staff from Enterprise Rentals reported that someone had found their previously-reported stolen vehicle, and it was now in a local auto repair shop.

Theft: 2 p.m., 1100 block of 28th Street SE. Somebody stole a man’s wood-burning stove from outside his garage.

Jan. 27

Trespassing: 1:39 a.m., 2202 Auburn Way N. An employee of a 7-Eleven called 911, asking for police to give an unwanted female inside their store the official be-you-gone.

Jan. 29

Hit and run: 3:56 p.m., 32100 block of 105th Place Southeast. Police busted a man for a hit-and-run collision that went down in the 10500 block of Lea Hill Road Southeast.

Shoplifting: 7 p.m., 1102 Outlet Collection SW. A man stole two cellphones from a business.

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