Teens Suspected In Overnight Burglaries In North Everett

October 2, 2018

Police Blotter

Everett Police put the following notification out this afternoon about some recent burglaries in north Everett.

Everett Police

Car thefts and burglaries have been an issue for patrol officers in north Everett recently.

At 2 a.m. yesterday, a victim in the 1100 block of Lombard Ave called 911 to report someone had just been inside her home after finding the front door open. Arriving officers found no suspects but learned that personal property and a Subaru Forester were missing.

Just before 3 a.m., another victim called 911 to report he believed people were inside his home in the 1800 block of McDougall St. The man also reported he had been burglarized the night before with personal property and a Toyota Highlander taken. Arriving officers located the stolen Forester in the alley behind and detained four people.

During the investigation, suspects provided statements on why they were in a stolen car. Officers gathered evidence that placed the three at the crime scenes and responsible for the stolen vehicles/burglaries. The Highlander and Forester were impounded pending a search warrant/owner consent to recover stolen property.

Officers believe the three are responsible for multiple burglaries and car thefts in the north Everett area. Property Crimes detectives are continuing the investigation. Three of the detained people, a 16 year-old male and two 15 year-old females, were arrested and booked into Denny Juvenile Justice Center on probable cause for two counts of residential burglary and theft of a motor vehicle. The fourth, a 21 year-old woman, was released.

Got info? The Everett Police anonymous tip line is 425-257-8450.

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