Large amount of stolen property recovered from King/Snohomish Counties

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Shoreline police detectives arrested two suspects at the end of October for investigation of burglary. The suspects – a male and a female – both have criminal histories. Police believe they are responsible for a large number of residential and commercial burglaries in North King and South Snohomish Counties. The investigation continues and other suspects may be arrested.

On November 5, detectives from the King County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant on a storage locker in the City of Monroe. It was full of suspected stolen property, including firearms, jewelry, lots of bags of golf clubs, power tools, bicycles, guitars, and electronic equipment. The locker was associated with a group of notorious serial burglars.

Shoreline Police Detective Cary Coblantz and KCSO Detective Matt Volpe are conducting a joint investigation to locate as many victims and return as much stolen property as possible.

A firearm stolen from a Lynnwood burglary in 2003 was also recovered, along with two other guns identified as stolen.

If you have been the victim of a burglary in the North King County or South Snohomish County please click here to view photographs of the recovered property. You will need to use the password Shoreline to view the photos. The password is case sensitive.

For the next two days, victims who might want to check out the recovered stolen property can also do so going into the Shoreline Police station and looking around.

The stolen property will be on display from 9 am to 5 pm on Thursday, November 11, and Friday until 1 pm. The address is 1206 North 185th.

If you recognize something stolen from you, contact Shoreline Police Detective Cary Coblantz at 206-801-2746. Proof of ownership will be required.

Thanks to Shoreline Area News for the information.

4 COMMENTS

  1. MLT NEWS – You rock! If some of our stuff is recovered because you posted this, I am totally dragging you down to the Red Onion for a Big E Beer!

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