Redmond police arrest two from North Seattle for possession of stolen property, identity theft, other fraud-related charges

At 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, the Redmond Police Department (RPD) served a search warrant on a residence in North Seattle.

Two adults were taken into custody on multiple charges of possession of stolen property, identity theft, motor vehicle prowling and other fraud-related charges.

The search warrant was a culmination of an extensive, several-month investigation conducted by the RPD Pro-Act Unit that covered crimes in King and Snohomish County. The investigation is on-going as there are numerous previously identified victims and more victims are expected to be discovered due to the substantial amount of property found at the residence.

"This case is a great example of the type of thorough investigations conducted by members of our Pro-Act Unit on behalf of property crime victims both in Redmond and the greater King and Snohomish County region," said Redmond Police Chief Ron Gibson.

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