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Bainbridge blotter | Car hit by eggs, watermelon

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Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter:

Tuesday, June 3

12:14 p.m. Someone left a stroller in front of a Parfitt Way office building.

Monday, June 2

2:47 a.m. A woman parked her Jetta Volkswagen behind her workplace and accidentally left the doors unlocked.

When she returned, her Dell laptop and rolling, overnight bag/laptop case were missing. She estimated the total value of the stolen items at $400.

Friday, May 30

8:30 a.m. Police received a report that food was thrown at a resident’s two vehicles, causing damage.

The car owner had walked out to the vehicles in the morning and found eggs and watermelon on both cars. After she washed the food off, she found the spot where the watermelon had been thrown left damage to the trunk of one of the cars.

The car owner told police she believes the mischief was most likely done by teenagers since “paint night” happened the night before.

 

 

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