Police beat

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  • Friday, February 29, 2008 11:35am

The following is a selection of police incidents which occurred in the past week in the cities of Lynnwood and/or Mountlake Terrace.

April 20

Theft. 6600 block of 188th Street. A woman reported unknown persons stole her son’s new birthday gift: an orange KTM 50 kids motorcycle. It was stolen out of a detached garage. Anyone with information should call the Lynnwood Police Department at 425-744-6900.

April 24

Malicious mischief. 6500 block of 208th St. SW. Someone reported unknown persons broke out one of the windows of a car. Nothing was reported stolen.

Vehicle prowl. 7300 block of 192nd Pl. SW. Someone reported unknown persons broke into a car and stole a cell phone.

April 25

Fraud. 6700 block of 204th St. SW. Someone made a fraud report involving a $650 transaction and a courier service. No other information was provided in the police report.

Warrants served. 18100 block of Highway 99. A 29-year-old man was arrested on numerous warrants.

Found property. 20000 block of 68th Ave. W. Someone found various items including shoes and cosmetics. For more information call Lynnwood Police Department at 425-744-6900.

April 26

Theft. 21000 block of Highway 99. Employees of a car dealership had four custom wheels and tires stolen. The vehicle was left up on concrete blocks. The value was $2,500.

Malicious mischief. 4900 block of 200th St. SW. Someone reported unknown persons broke out a side window of a car and tore out the ignition. Nothing was stolen.

Theft. 20900 block of 70th Ave. W. Eight garden pavers were stolen from a front yard.

•Editor’s note: In an attempt to make readers more aware of domestic violence in their communities, the Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace edition of the Enterprise will be adding numbers of domestic violence calls from police departments when available in this police beat section.

Domestic violence

According to the Mountlake Terrace Police Department, there were eight domestic violence calls from April 13 to April 27.

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