Claim your stolen property

The Seattle Police Department’s Major Crimes Task force uncovered a ring of car prowlers and burglars that were all stealing your things in Seattle and Bellevue, which have all been photographed and cataloged and are currently cluttering up wherever it is that they put stolen things. So they would like you to come and pick your things up, please, if your car or home happened to be broken into before December 11 [PI].

In order to retrieve your stuff you have to have filed a police report, and some form of ownership documentation–a receipt or a serial number or probably the knowledge of the secret message you felt-penned under the stone of your grandma’s jewelery. You can go to one of three precincts–calling first to make sure they have the pictures on hand–and then if you see something that’s yours you can call a special telephone and leave a message with the case number, description, item number, and your best rendition of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.” (This seems like a lot of hoops to jump through, but then, I guess that’s not a surprise.)

The precincts that are awaiting your call are:

South Precinct: 3001 S. Myrtle St.; 206-386-1850.

West Precinct: 810 Virginia St.; 206-684-8917.

North Precinct: 10049 College Way N.; 206-684-0850.

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