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Police Seek More Victims Of Thief

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police Officers arrested Sean A. Blair after he sold stolen property on Craigslist.  Local colleges have constantly been the victims of thefts of technical equipment, schoolbooks, backpacks and purses and within the last week, Spokane Community College has had at least 3 Mitsubishi projectors stolen. 

SCC employees found their stolen property for sale on Craigslist and contacted SPD Neighborhood Recourse Officer Strassenberg.  The Patrol Anti Crime Team assisted with the investigation and arrested Blair for 1st degree trafficking in stolen property and 2nd degree possession of stolen property after he sold one of those stolen projectors through Craigslist.

Police believe that Blair may have sold other stolen property to unknowing victims using Craigslist and are asking for help identifying similar cases and are still looking to locate missing Mitsubishi XD model projectors that are white in color. 

Blair has also been identified as a suspect in computer thefts from several local hospitals and schools. Blair has used the name of "Alex" and claims to own "Alexander's Financial" during his Internet sales to look and sound legitimate.  Blair is 6'1 and 160 pounds with short brown hair and may be associated with a silver colored 4 door Volkswagon   If anyone has purchased these kinds of items or equipment from Blair, they are asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233.

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