Church Burglar Identified and Arrested in Shoreline

Taken in burglaries were microphones, music and sound equipment, and cash, among other times.

The Shoreline police department has announced that it has indentified a suspect who has burglarized several churchs in recent months.

Stolen were microphones, music and sound equipment, and cash, among other times.

It was Shoreline police Detective Robert Inn who used numerous surveillance techniques and worked closely with churches to catch the suspect, who was identified from physical evidence collected by the original investigating officers at numerous churches. 

The suspect was arrested Thursday, Dec. 20, booked into King County Jail for investigation of numerous burglaries. 

Inn has been in contact with the Seattle Police, which has identified numerous churches in Seattle associated with the suspect.

James Smith December 22, 2012 at 07:31 PM
You wrote that the suspect had been identificed but failed to provide name, age, residence etc. Unless of course, he/she is a juvenile, which you should have nevertheless indicated.
James Smith December 22, 2012 at 07:32 PM
S/B identified, not "identificed" - apologies.
Brian Soergel December 22, 2012 at 09:12 PM
Hi James: The police didn't release a name. I should have maybe just said "arrested" instead of using "identified." Anyway, Patch doesn't name suspects in most case unless they are charged.


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