David Rosen
A man hurled a large rock into the window of Puerto Vallarta mexican restaurant overnight and then escaped in a waiting car. Seattle Police searched for the suspects but found no one.

UPDATE: Puerto Vallarta restaurant damaged overnight; Window broken, suspect takes off

UPDATE: 9:55am
The windows damaged at the restaurant overnight were dealt a more serious blow than first thought. It was more than just one window.

“The incident happened at 3:20AM, An hour later the Seattle Police showed up,” said restaurant owner Eduardo Morales.

They broke one window and cracked a second one and did at least $2000 damage. One of the windows was a themopane and will be more expensive to repair.

The damage should be repaired in the next couple of days by White Center Glass.

Original Post
During the early morning hours on Saturday, June 28, 2014, the Puerta Vallarta Mexican restaurant in the West Seattle Junction was damaged by a rock thrown through a front window. An eyewitness who was across the street noticed a man wearing a big red hoodie and a white bandana on his face throw the large rock at the window smashing it.

He slammed the rock hard so hard the rock broke into pieces and then he took off running down the street where a black shiny Cadillac was waiting to rush him away. The witness called 911 to report the incident. The other restaurant workers came out to chase the the guy but he got away before they could reach him.

Seattle Police searched the area but have no further information at this time.

We will update this story.

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