Mountlake Terrace police seek suspect in 14 burglaries

Police are asking for help to find Justin Jakobsen, who is accused of the break-ins.

Justin Jakobsen

Justin Jakobsen

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Police are looking for a man suspected of at least 14 burglaries in the Mountlake Terrace area.

Justin Jakobsen, 27, is wanted in a string of break-ins over the past couple of weeks, according to the Mountlake Terrace Police Department.

Typically, the burglar stole valuables from unoccupied single-family homes.

Five of the break-ins were reported Saturday evening.

On Wednesday, police released mugshots of Jakobsen and a snippet of security footage shot from a porch.

Tips can be directed to 911.

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