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June 21, 2012 at 5:54 PM

$43,000 in sports tickets reported stolen in Sodo car prowl

Seattle police say a man reported that  $43,000  in sports tickets were stolen from his car following last night’s Sounders match at CenturyLink Field.

The victim parked his car in a garage in the 1500 block of Utah Avenue South while attending the match. He told police he drove home afterward and realized early this morning that ticket books containing $43,000 worth of  Mariners, Sounders, Tacoma Rainiers and Anaheim Angels tickets were stolen from his vehicle.

Officers inspected the victim’s vehicle for any signs of damage or forced entry, but found none, police said. Police also searched the garage where the man’s car had been parked but found no evidence.

Officers took a report and documented the theft.  The teams and arenas will be notified regarding the theft, police said.

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