Between the dates of May 21st and June 4th, a burglary occurred at the building formerly housing the Native New Yorker Restaurant at 4441 Lacey Blvd. The suspects forced entry through a glass window located adjacent to the front doors. A rear door located on the south side of the building was found to have been manipulated causing it to remain unlocked. The suspects removed eight 60 inch LC brand flat screen televisions and miscellaneous stereo equipment.
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On Tuesday May 28th at approximately 9:422 AM, a burglary occurred at a residence in the 5600 block of Mount Olympus Street S.E. The home owner was in an upstairs bedroom when he was alerted to sounds of movement in the downstairs area of the residence. Upon going downstairs and into the kitchen area, he was confronted by a male subject who produced a handgun, pointed it at him briefly, and then fled out the rear door. Upon arrival, officers discovered that a rear door to the residence had been forced open.
No property was taken from the home. The suspect is described as an Asian male in his late teens or early 20’s, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and grey sweatpants. The suspect was also wearing a black mask covering the lower half of his face.
On Friday May 10th between the hours of 6:30 AM and 5:00 PM, a burglary occurred at a residence in the 5700 block of Rumac Street S.E. The suspect most likely entered the residence through a ground floor window and then removed several items from the home. Stolen items include a safe, a Toshiba laptop computer, a Phillips 42 inch flat screen television, a Glock .40 caliber handgun and a Taurus 9mm handgun.
On the evening or early morning hours of March 24th, the Rodda Paint store at 4520 Lacey Boulevard SE was burglarized.
Taken in the burglary were numerous Titan airless paint sprayers and a Graco compressor. Total loss to the business is over $16,000.
During the late evening hours of March 2 or early morning hours of March 3, the Underwater Sports dive shop in the 1900 block of 4th Avenue East was burglarized.
After gaining entry, the suspects stole $8,000 of dive equipment from the shop, including at least four dry suits and other specialty dive equipment.
During the evening and early morning hours of February 10th and 11th, there were four commercial burglaries in the city of Olympia.
Suspects broke into the 4th Avenue Food Mart, the Sherwin Williams on Martin Way, the Ed Wise Beauty Supply on Pacific Avenue, and Prom’s on Pacific Avenue.
On February 3rd, a burglary was committed at the Olympia Credit Union located on Sleater Kinney Rd S.E. An unknown suspect entered the business next to the bank, cut a hole in the wall adjacent to the safe, and then utilized an unknown cutting tool to remove a small section from the rear of the safe. Coins were removed from the safe.
During this holiday season, there has been a significant increase in vehicle prowls. The thieves seek out cars with visible packages or personal items inside and then break out windows to gain access.
The thieves have been targeting retail store, movie theaters, and fitness center parking lots.
The suspects often watch to see shoppers leave their cars after placing packages inside.