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Maple Valley Police search for suspect believed to be involved in two burglaries near Four Corners

Maple Valley Police are searching for a suspect believed to have been involved in two burglaries near Four Corners, one on Sunday, Aug. 26 and another on Tuesday, Aug. 28.

According to police, the first burglary occurred at approximately 3:30 a.m. on Sunday.

A white male wearing a hooded sweatshirt and backpack cut a hole in the fence surrounding Westover Auto Rebuild’s property.

The suspect was captured on video removing several rims, tires, radiators and other assorted scrap metal from the property.

The loss value of property is estimated at $1,000.  The second burglary occurred at approximately 11:48 p.m. on Tuesday.

A suspect police believed to be the same peson involved in the previous burglary cut a hole in the fence, entered the property and gained access to several vehicles on the property.

According to police, the suspect then broke into the main building which is shared by Maple Valley Towing, Maple Valley Muffler and Auto and Westover Auto Rebuild.

The suspect allegedly stole several tools as wells as tires, rims and stereo equipment.

Evidence was left at the scene and is being processed. Police stated the suspect was believed to be driving a 90’s dark colored Tahoe or Suburban.

Estimated loss value of the second burglary is again around $1,000.

Both of these burglaries remain open cases and are actively being investigated.The businesses are located off of Southeast 264th Street.

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call Maple Valley Police at (425) 413-5158.

 

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