Camera equipment stolen from Shorewood High School recovered

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
From Shoreline Police

On 06/15/2010 Shorewood High School staff discovered that unknown suspect/s had forced entry into a cabinet used to store camera equipment, and had stolen a number of cameras and a camera lens.

On 2/17/2011 Student Resource Officer Rob Bardsley received a telephone call from a subject who had answered a Craig's List ad for a Nikon 80-200 mm. camera lens.

After buying the lens from the suspect, the buyer returned home and noticed there were several scratches on the side of the lens which were an attempt to cover “Shorewood HS Photo.” The buyer immediately called SRO Bardsley who then provided the information to Detective Inn who began to work the case.

Detective Inn was able to positively identify the suspect in this case using a number of investigative tools.

A portion of the stolen camera equipment has been recovered. The suspect, a Shoreline resident and student at Shorewood High School, has been charged with Investigation of Theft 2nd Degree and Trafficking in Stolen Property in the 1st Degree.


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