Attempted Break-in of Occupied Home, Male Suspect Reportedly Carrying Crowbar

The Snoqualmie Police Department responded to an attempted break-in Monday morning, March 23, 2015 in the Forster Woods neighborhood of North Bend, located just off the I-90 exit 31 interchange.

Snoqualmie Police Captain, Nick Almquist, confirmed via email that the attempted break-in occurred on Forster Blvd, near the entrance to large neighborhood, while the home was occupied.  The male suspect was reportedly carrying a crowbar.

Police conducted a K-9 search of the area, but did not yield any results. Captain Almquist stated the suspected burglar may have had a vehicle nearby used to flee the area.

At this time, the only suspect description police have to go on  is an “unknown male wearing blue jeans.”

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  • Wow. Lots of people in North Bend are packing heat and sort of bored. Sounds like the burglar got off easy this time.

  • He got off easy. Does he not remember that we’ve had a couple homeowners toast burglars over the last couple years. I live about 1/2 mile from there.. He was lucky it wasn’t my place.

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