Bainbridge blotter | Porch pirate strikes

Selected reports from the Bainbridge Island Police Department blotter.


10:30 a.m. A 54-year-old Bainbridge man called police to report two packages had been stolen from his porch.

The man said he found the packages, both from Amazon and both containing clothing, torn open and empty on the side of a street near his home as he and his wife were out walking.

The first package was delivered, records show, on Jan. 2 and was worth $150. The second, delivered on Jan. 3, was worth $50.

The only somewhat unique item stolen was a Chivas Soccer Club jersey.

There are no cameras in the area and no witnesses.

A report was filed.

Amazon is reportedly going to issue a refund for the items.

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