Suspect identified in break-in and shooting

He fired one round into a television and more shots when an occupant tried to confront him outside.

Lance “Doug” Cochran

Lance “Doug” Cochran

DARRINGTON — A Darrington man is wanted for a break-in and shooting at a neighbor’s home, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday.

Sheriff’s detectives believe Lance “Doug” Cochran, 36, kicked in a door around 8:40 p.m. Monday in the 6200 block of 473rd Drive NE. The intruder was wearing a mask and armed with a rifle. He fired one round into a television and more shots when an occupant tried to confront him outside.

No one was injured. The shooter fled.

Cochran might be driving a silver 2001 Toyota Tacoma with Washington license plates B81098G. He’s considered armed and dangerous.

If you see him, dial 911.

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