Arlington man arrested in Bothell restaurant burglaries

BOTHELL — An Arlington man has been arrested for investigation of burglaries that occurred at two Bothell restaurants in March.

Deputies from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office arrested the suspect around 7 p.m. Wednesday at a Lynnwood motel.

The man, 32, is a suspect in a series of recent commercial burglaries in north King County and south Snohomish County, police said.

Bothell detectives questioned the man about two burglaries of restaurants within city limits.

The first burglary occurred March 23 at a Canyon Park restaurant in the 22000 block of 17th Avenue SE. The second burglary occurred the following night at a restaurant on Main Street in downtown Bothell.

In both cases, someone broke into safes and stole money.

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