Police catch teens who allegedly burglarized Everett homes

The suspects may also be responsible for other thefts in the area, including vehicles, officials said.

EVERETT — Police arrested three teenagers Monday who allegedly burglarized a pair of north Everett houses.

The first victim called police at 2 a.m., reporting someone was just inside her home on Lombard Avenue, according to the Everett Police Department.

By the time officers showed up, the suspects were gone, along with some personal property and the woman’s Subaru Forester.

An hour later, someone else called, saying people were inside his home on McDougall Avenue. He said someone stole property from his house and took off with his Toyota Highlander.

The police found the stolen Forester behind the second victim’s house. They arrested three suspects: a 16-year-old boy and two 15-year-old girls. They were booked into the Denney Juvenile Justice Center under suspicion of residential burglary and car theft.

Officers also detained and released a 21-year-old woman who was at the scene.

The teenagers may be responsible for other burglaries and car thefts that took place throughout north Everett, police said in a statement. Detectives are continuing the investigation.

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