Bainbridge blotter | Hit-and-run with a borrowed car

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.


10:28 a.m. A Town & Country Market employee called police to report a hit-and-run.

A 2019 Subaru Legacy, driven by an unknown woman, had backed up into a large ceramic planter in the store’s parking lot, then took off. Pieces of what appeared to be taillight glass remained at the scene. The planter was damaged, and two witnesses came forward to report they’d seen the woman leave.

Police ran the car’s license number and found it belonged to a Subaru dealership, which was closed that day.

Police and the store employee resolved to call the dealership the following day to ask who was driving the car.

A report was filed.

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