Shoreline Pool car prowlers arrested after patient police work

Friday, February 25, 2011

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
On January 31, two women parked their cars on 1st Ave NE by the tennis courts and went in to the Shoreline Pool. They left their purses locked in their cars.

When they returned, they found their front passenger side windows broken out and their purses, with ID and credit cards, gone.

There were no witnesses and no physical evidence.

When Shoreline Detective Inn learned that their credit cards had been used at the Shoreline Fred Meyer and a Seattle Target store, he began following the trail of credit card usage and collecting surveillance video from the stores.

Ultimately, Detective Inn was able to identify two suspects who have been charged with Investigation of Forgery and Identity Theft.

The suspects, one male 46 years old and a female 38 years old, are from Lynnwood and both have prior criminal convictions.

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