Vehicle Prowls in Aberdeen continue, as well as reports of possible prowls

A possible vehicle prowler was arrested in Aberdeen, but it is not known if he is responsible for numerous prowls over the last week.

Aberdeen Police say that they were called to a possible vehicle prowl in the alley behind the 100 block of W. 1st Street at around 1pm.

The caller said that a man was seen was inside a van, and was seen walking away from the area.

Officers found a man matching the description given by the caller siting in front of the Aberdeen Manor, and he told police that he was “working on the van for a friend”.

When police ran the man’s information, they found he had both an Aberdeen Municipal Court Warrant and a Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office felony warrant.

The man was arrested and booked for his outstanding warrants.

At this time, it is not known if the man is facing vehicle prowl charges, but Aberdeen Police tell KXRO that a series of prowls have been reported in the past week, and numerous items have been reported stolen.

During 11/09/16 and 11/13/16 there were multiple vehicle prowls:
16-A23524 On 2nd avenue unlocked vehicle nothing missing
16-A23529 On 600 block of Hanna unlocked vehicle keys to a different vehicle taken
16-A23537 On 500 block of Hanna unlocked vehicle keys were taken
16-A23562 300 block of W. Wishkah Street wallet and cellphone taken
16-A23734 400 block of 2nd Avenue unlocked vehicle nothing missing
16-A23883 2000 block of Highland Dr. Vehicle entered overnight. Nothing missing and no damage



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