SEATTLE -- When four thieves got done with a Queen Anne club, there wasn't a single bottle of alcohol left in the place. In fact, it sounds like there was barely a club left at all.
According to the Seattle Police Department's report for the incident, the boyfriend of the club's kitchen manager was walking by the building in the 300 block of First Avenue North around 8:20 p.m. Monday when he saw two men and two women carrying items out of it.
The boyfriend said they were loading the items, including beer kegs, into a dark-colored SUV and an old, damaged pickup with wood side panels.
After hearing from her boyfriend, the kitchen manager called the club's property manager, who met with officers. He said the following items were missing from the club:
- DJ sound system
- Four large speakers
- DJ mixer
- PA system
- DJ mixing board
- Several ceiling-mounted disco lights
- Entire inventory of alcohol
- Large inventory of glassware
- Wall-mounted neon lights
There were no signs of forced entry into the club, according to the report.
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