Edmonds Police Blotter, Aug. 28-Sept. 2

EPDpatch_smAug. 28

23300 block Edmonds Way: Around Aug. 20 a minor left home and has not returned. She has not answered the repeated calls to her cell phone. She was last known to be in the downtown Seattle area.

Aug. 30

7200 block 220th Street Southwest: A burglary was reported by Family Fun Center during a power outage. The ATM and floor safe were taken from the building.

Aug. 31

8700 block Bowdoin Way: A woman arrived home and found her dog on her roof, as well as her home buglarized. At this time it appears jewelry and money was taken.

9600 block 220th Street Southwest: There was an attempt to break into the shed where emergency supplies are stored at Westgate Elementary School.

6500 block 172nd Street Southwest: Someone returned to their home to find a strange vehicle in the driveway with an unfamiliar woman inside. When she was questioned, the woman fled in the vehicle. It was then discovered that the home was being burglarized. The woman in the vehicle was later located and arrested on outstanding warrants and possible burglary.

Sept. 1

900 block Sea Vista Place: There was a report of possible an identity theft where a Social Security number may have been compromised.

Sept. 2

7300 block 224th Street Southwest: A woman reported someone had stolen an item from her parked vehicle in the parking lot of her home.

— Compiled by Lily Jaquith

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