Police: Burglars stole thousands in cash from Mukilteo home

Officers shared images of the suspects and are asking for help identifying them.

Mukilteo police are asking for help identifying two burglary suspects. (Mukilteo Police Department)

Mukilteo police are asking for help identifying two burglary suspects. (Mukilteo Police Department)

MUKILTEO — Mukilteo police are looking for help in identifying two possible burglary suspects.

Officers responded on Sept. 4 to reports of a residential burglary in the 12700 block of 61st Avenue W. According a news release, two men entered the home around 9:15 p.m., stole thousands of dollars in cash and escaped in an unidentified vehicle driven by a third suspect. The two suspects inside the house reportedly spoke Spanish and are believed to be Hispanic.

Police shared photos of the two suspects and their vehicle in the hopes someone could identify them. One was described as 5-foot-9 with a stockier build and a small goatee. The other wore a mask and was about 5-f00t-11 and slimmer. They’re both estimated to be between 18 and 24 years old. There was no known description of the getaway driver.

One of the burglary suspects was wearing a mask. (Mukilteo Police Department)

One of the burglary suspects was wearing a mask. (Mukilteo Police Department)

“Mukilteo detectives would like to talk to anyone who may have information regarding this incident or can help identify the subjects,” according to the police department’s news release. “Detectives are also interested in any video footage from residential security cameras that may have captured vehicular or pedestrian traffic in the area from August 21, 2020 to September 4, 2020.”

Tips can be directed to 425-263-8100 or crimetips@mukilteowa.gov.

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