Police seek 2 men in restaurant burglary (video)

SNOHOMISH — Police here are looking for two men suspected of burglarizing a fast-food restaurant early Monday morning.

Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies assigned to Snohomish Police Department were called out at 5:15 a.m. Monday to the Burger King restaurant in the 1500 block of Avenue D.

An employee arrived for work and found evidence that someone had tried to open the restaurant safe by using a grinding tool.

Video surveillance shows two unidentified men, who now are suspected of being responsible for the burglary.

The Snohomish Police Department is asking for help in identifying the suspects in the video. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the police at 360-568-0888.

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