Hoquiam Police ask for information on broken windows

Hoquiam officers responded to four broken window reports yesterday.

Hoquiam tell KXRO that the first call came in from a residence in the 100 block of West Chenault Avenue just after 3:30 in the morning yesterday. A window to a residence was broken, but no entry was made.

Officers checked the area but could only locate footprints to and from the residence in the dew on the lawn.

say that officers received three more broken window reports yesterday, including two businesses. It appeared the damage occurred during the night and that none of the homes or businesses were entered.

There may be other incidents which have not yet been reported to the police and citizens are encouraged to call and report suspicious persons or activity immediately by calling 911 or the non-emergency dispatch line at 533-8765.

The police department office phone is not monitored after hours and citizens are urged not to report crimes or incidents to the business line. All requests or need for an officer should go to the E911 Dispatch Center.

Anonymous information regarding these incidents can be reported to Detective Ryan Pearson at 360-532-0892 x 102.



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