Editor's Note: The story has been updated to provide additional information.
Bewteen Aug. 2 and 16, 2012, a juvenile female victim reported that a rape occurred on the St. Mark's Church property, 18000 block of 15th Ave. N.E. She alleged the non-juvenile suspect tied a shirt around her hands and held her against her will. The suspect was an acquaintance. The incident was reported to a Woodinville Police officer on Sept. 12, Sgt. Katie Larson said.
A detective is investigating.
The incident was NOT connected to a rape reported in North City on the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 16.
Police are still looking for the suspect in that rape case, described as a 5-foot, 6-inch Hispanic looking man with a shaved head who spoke to the victim in broken Vietnamese. If you have any information, call 206-296-3311.
LIQUOR THEFT: Two suspects who stole liquor from Safeway, 17202 15th Ave. N.E., several weeks ago were identified from an organized retail crime investigation in Port Orchard.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: Someone tried to force their way through a window and back door of a garage in the 2100 block of N. 153rd St. A man who lives there noticed his back garage door would not open and called police.
VICE: Someone was found patronizing a prostitute in the 16600 block of Aurora Ave. N.
VANDALISM: Juveniles cut down a Madrona tree in Shoreline Park, 19200 block of 1st Ave. N.E.
BURGLARY: A woman who sublets a detached cottage in backyard of a rental house in the 16100 block of Midvale Ave. N. returned home and found a man about 25 years old inside rummaging through her cabinets and belongings. She confronted him and he fled on foot, leaving a stolen car parked on the street.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: Someone entered the laudry room of the North Point Apartments, 18000 block of 15th Ave. N.E., took apart the dryers and removed the coin boxes.
LARCENY AT STARBUCKS: About 2:45 p.m., the manager of Starbucks in the 1200 block of N. 205th St. and another employee saw a young woman about 27 years old enter the open back door of the shop and take a wallet and cellphone from a handbag that belonged to an employee.
ASSAULT: A domestic violence incident during which the victim was punched in the face by a closed fist was reported in the 20600 block of 15th Ave. N.E.
SMASH AND GRAB: Someone smashed out the glass of the rear window of car on the driver's side at 24-Hour Fitness, 20202 Ballinger Way N.E.
INAPPROPRIATE PARENTING: In a Child Protective Services case, a 5-year-old girl's father who lives in the 19000 block of 22nd Ave. N.W. may be inappropriately putting cream on his daughter's private areas. An additional concern was that the father was alleged to be involved with a prostitute he met on Craigslist.
BURGLARY: A residential burglary was reported in the 300 block of N.E. 167th St.
THEFT: Someone possibly picked a lock at the YMCA 19290 Aurora Ave. N. and stole stuff from a gym locker.
DUI: A driver was found under the influence of alcohol in the 17000 block of Aurora Ave. N. The person had a blood alcohol content of .133.
SHOPLIFTING: Someone shoplifted at Costco, 1175 N. 205th St., while another person played lookout.
THREATS: A roommate in the 15500 block of Interlake Ave. N. threatened to strike the victim wiht a large brick. The roommate was booked into the King County Jail and the case was forwarded to detectives for review/charges.
FRAUD: A woman posing as a DISH Network employee swindled $360 from a victim in the 1800 block of N.W. 201st St.
iPAD THEFT: Someone picked up an iPad from a table at Shorewood High School and stole it.
WEAPON: A suspect pointed a pellet rifle at a plain clothes female police sergeant while she was in her unmarked car at N. 182nd St. and Midvale Ave. The suspect was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: Someone broke into a Conex Box at Shorecrest High Schhoool and stole softball equipment.