EDMONDS — A rock-throwing burglar was caught on camera shattering glass to break into an Edmonds home Tuesday morning.
Edmonds police are seeking tips about the man in a black baseball cap who broke in around 10 a.m. in the 7500 block of 162nd Street SW.
Help us ID this guy! Burglar from yesterday. Broke into house in North Edmonds around 10am. Got out quick when alarm went off. His get away car is pictured in the post below. https://t.co/WMm69PtZpM pic.twitter.com/QL3gaCAkA1
— Edmonds Police (@EdmondsPolice) April 11, 2018
He’d arrived in what appeared to be a white Hyundai Sonata from the early 2010s. He knocked on the front door, got no response from inside and went around to the back door, Sgt. Shane Hawley said. He picked up a large rock and broke the window to get in. He fled with a few items as an alarm sounded, according to Edmonds police.
A back wheel on the Sonata appeared to be a “donut” spare tire. The burglar wore black shoes, a black-and-white jacket and pants with a distinctive black-and-white pattern.
Tips can be directed to Edmonds police online or 425-775-3000.