Sheriff’s office seeks tips for burglary captured on video

ARLINGTON — Detectives are asking for help identifying the suspect in an April 1 burglary north of Arlington.

Surveillance video released Friday shows the man breaking into a shed and sneaking around the property.

The burglary happened just before 2 a.m. in the 25400 block of 39th Avenue NE, just north of Kackman Road.

The man broke into cars, the garage and other parts of the property. He took tools, clothing and other items.

He wore a stocking cap, jacket, jeans and work boots.

Anyone with information should contact 425-388-3845. Tips can be anonymous.

The video can be viewed at or

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