COURTESY WASHINGTON STATE PATROL 
                                Police are seeking information about this historical marker, which was pried off its stone and stolen from the Capitol campus in Olympia.

COURTESY WASHINGTON STATE PATROL Police are seeking information about this historical marker, which was pried off its stone and stolen from the Capitol campus in Olympia.

Info sought in Capitol theft

  • Thu May 28th, 2020 11:35am
  • News

The Washington State Patrol is seeking information about the theft of a historical marker from the Capitol campus in Olympia during the week of May 11.

The marker was placed on the west campus in 1924 by the Daughters of the American Revolution. It marked the homesite of Washington’s first governor, Isaac Stevens.

Someone pried the metal plaque off the boulder and took it. Anyone with any information as to the location of the plaque or who is responsible for the vandalism and theft is asked to contact WSP Trooper Nick Casto at 360-596-3990.