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Burglars take gold, silver in downtown Bellevue break-in

A security camera shows a silver 4-door Mitsubishi with a rear spoiler at the burglary scene. - Courtesy photo, Bellevue Police Department
A security camera shows a silver 4-door Mitsubishi with a rear spoiler at the burglary scene.
— image credit: Courtesy photo, Bellevue Police Department

Burglars hit Quilt Works Northwest in downtown Bellevue at 6:15 a.m. July 24, taking an estimated $40,000 to $50,000 in sterling silver and gold plated small jewelry making inserts.

Burglars likely smashed a window on the front door of the business in the 100 block of 107th Avenue Northeast.

A person who reported the incident told police that three individuals, who has baseball bats, ran from the location and got into a waiting vehicle, described as a silver 4-door Mitsubishi with a rear spoiler.

Bellevue Police are asking local gold and silver buyers to be aware of stolen items. Buyers who recover any of the stolen property are asked to contact 911 in reference to Bellevue Case 12-29480.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured are similar items taken in the burglary.

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