King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) detectives are on the lookout for a couple caught on camera burglarizing a home on Northeast 97th Place on Redmond Ridge, according to a post on the KCSO’s Facebook page via Q13 Fox News. Courtesy of Q13 Fox News

King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) detectives are on the lookout for a couple caught on camera burglarizing a home on Northeast 97th Place on Redmond Ridge, according to a post on the KCSO’s Facebook page via Q13 Fox News. Courtesy of Q13 Fox News

King County detectives searching for suspects in Redmond Ridge burglary

  • Wednesday, April 26, 2017 9:54am
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King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) detectives are on the lookout for a couple caught on camera burglarizing a home on Northeast 97th Place on Redmond Ridge, according to a post on the KCSO’s Facebook page via Q13 Fox News.

According to the KCSO, they have received many tips but have not made an arrest yet.

Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000 for anyone who can help identify the suspects. People can use the P3 Tips App on their phone to submit the information anonymously or call 1-800-222-TIPS.

The post notes that the female suspect entered the home on April 5 through a back unlocked window and let the male suspect inside. They reportedly stole $25,239.89 worth of cameras, electronics, designer bags, shoes and jewelry.

The suspects are described as a white female in her 20s with blond hair, 5-foot-7, 135 pounds and last seen wearing a “Just Do It” shirt under a black hooded jacket with pink lining, grey leggings and tennis shoes; and a white male in his 20s with short cropped brown hair, 5-10, 190 pounds and last seen wearing a grey beanie with black pompom, black North Face hooded jacket, blue jeans with holes in them and dark shoes.

They were possibly driving a 2012 Honda Civic with the right front wheel mismatched.


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