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Published: Tuesday, June 11, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Find local police departments on Facebook

  • A real photo of the damage done to a vehicle stolen in a Stanwood police case earlier this year.

    Stanwood police

    A real photo of the damage done to a vehicle stolen in a Stanwood police case earlier this year.

  • A real photo of the damage done to a vehicle stolen in a Stanwood police case earlier this year.

    Stanwood police

    A real photo of the damage done to a vehicle stolen in a Stanwood police case earlier this year.

The Stanwood Police Department has moved its popular Facebook page.

The page is now a "business"-style page instead of a "friend" page.

The new link is here: www.facebook.com/
StanwoodPoliceDepartment
.

They're still transitioning the content, as you can see.

Meanwhile, the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office also has a new-ish Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pages/Snohomish-County-Sheriffs-Office/179360692138012.

Reminder, Everett police are here: www.facebook.com/pages/Everett-Police/241763425873463. Everett police spokesman Aaron Snell shares regular blotter items that may not make the paper -- beer thefts, dumb crooks, traffic problems, that kind of stuff.

The Facebook pages are good ways to keep tabs on local police, especially community outreach efforts.

One recent example?

The attached photos -- real images of a stolen car that was stripped and later recovered by Stanwood police. The images were shared via Facebook.

Story tags » EverettStanwoodCrimePoliceCar TheftInternet & CloudHuman Interest

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