Catalytic converter thefts hit Seattle-area music venue

White River Amphitheater in Auburn may offer some big-name artists and festivals, but recent security concerns have left some Seattle music fans wondering if the venue is worth it.

On Aug. 30, the Jonas Brothers brought their “Remember This Tour” to the White River Amphitheater. With the show slated to begin at 7 p.m., many concertgoers parked their vehicles at the venue in the hour before. However, the stage didn’t actually see it’s first act until after 7:40 p.m. and with the concert’s total run time, fans did not leave their seats until after 11 p.m. 

Late at night and alone on Aug. 30, Amanda Bloomquist of Snohomish returned to her

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