SPD’s Theft detectives find a theft suspect after investigating an incident that occurred within the Belltown neighborhood.
Round 9:00 p.m. on September 18th, a lady was strolling within the 2900 block of 2nd Avenue when she was held at gunpoint by two males. The 31-year-old sufferer was robbed of her purse and telephone.
Officers contacted the sufferer to accumulate particulars of what occurred and suspect info. There was a search performed for the suspects concerned however police didn’t find them on the time.
On November 2nd at roughly 5:00 a.m., SPD detectives with help from the Gun Violence Discount Unit (GVRU), Neighborhood Response Group (CRG), and SWAT, served a warrant at a residence in Federal Manner.
Police took into custody a 16-year-old male juvenile suspect, who was recognized as one of many suspects within the Belltown theft. He was booked into the King County Little one and Household Justice Middle for theft.
In the course of the investigation of the Belltown incident, Theft detectives developed possible trigger for an 18-year-old feminine who resided on the identical location for crimes of identification theft and possession of stolen property. The feminine suspect was booked into King County Jail.
Whereas conducting the search of the residence, police discovered proof believed to be linked to further crimes.
Theft detectives proceed their investigations with the brand new info obtained throughout this operation.