Bainbridge blotter | Lexus keyed

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Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter:

Monday, Aug. 25

8:41 a.m. Three crab pots were dropped into the water off of Fay Bainbridge and Point Monroe.

A few hours later, the owner returned to the spot where the buoys were left but only two were there. The owner combed the area several times but could not find the third buoy.

She told police her main concern is that the buoy is left in the water outside legal trapping times.

9:07 a.m. While retrieving shopping bags, a resident found that someone had keyed the passenger side of her vehicle.

The Lexus SUV had been parked in various spots around Bainbridge that day while the car owner ran errands.

3:27 p.m. A resident noticed damage to the door of his home. There were telltale marks on the inside door frame where some kind of metal object, possibly a screwdriver or other pry tool, was used to pry open the door lock.

The resident said that someone may have attempted to burglarize his home while he was out of town recently.

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