SeaTac man ‘heartbroken’ after thieves damage home during burglary
A SeaTac man is shaken after a trio of crooks broke into his home. Detectives with the King County Sheriff’s Office are actively searching for the suspects involved in the burglary.
SEATAC, Wash. – A SeaTac man is shaken after a trio of crooks broke into his home. Detectives with the King County Sheriff’s Office are actively searching for the suspects involved in the burglary.
“Our concern is that the longer they’re out there, the more homes that are going to be burglarized and more folks will be victimized. So, let’s get these folks in custody, let’s interrupt them and let’s let them know that SeaTac and other cities in King County is not the place to commit your property crimes,” said Sgt. Tim Meyer, public information officer for the sheriff’s office.
Greg, the homeowner, said he was away at work while his surveillance cameras recorded video of the suspects on his property.
“I opened up my garage door and I see stuff in my living room on the floor of my garage and it just hits me in the gut,” said Greg.
The video shows a silver car pull into his driveway on April 21. Detectives said the car looks like a 1990s Honda Civic with no plates and is likely stolen.
“When we see no plates to often that means the car is stolen. They’ll try to disguise it as a new car. They’ll make some fake temporary tag and put it in the window,” said Meyer.
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