Polygraph Dragnet Leads Nowhere in Spokane Parking Theft Investigation

This short report from the Spokane, Washington Spokesman-Review, published under the title, “Deposit bags stolen from parking garage,” is cited here in full:

Almost $8,000 was stolen from the River Park Square parking garage on or about June 29, the Saturday of Hoopfest.

Two deposit bags were taken from the garage office safe within the parking garage.

Both bags contained cash and checks. One was valued at $3,910, and the other at $4,009.25, according to a report from River Park Square manager Bob Robideaux to the Public Parking Development Authority board of directors.

According to that report, the theft was discovered July 1.

Nine employees were given polygraph tests. According to the report, the results of those tests indicated that the employees did not take the deposit bags or know who had taken them.

The garage has a $5,000 insurance deductible in the case of employee theft and a $2,500 deductible for nonemployee theft.

An investigation continues.

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