North Bend Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested after Two Additional Burglaries

Shortly after 1PM, Tuesday, March 10, 2015, Snoqualmie Police Officers, along with members of the Major Crimes Task Force and Special Operations Team, convened on a house in the 427th Ave SE area of North Bend and made one arrest.

The Snoqualmie Police Department had been investigating the early morning, March 7th armed robbery of the North Bend 76 Gas Station. Then early March 10th, two more North Bend commercial burglaries occurred, in which more than $24,000 in merchandise and cash was stolen.

Investigators believed the 76 station robbery suspect was also involved in Tuesday’s burglaries. The male, unincorporated North Bend area resident was taken into custody without incident.

After a search of his vehicle and premises, investigators recovered all stolen items from today’s burglaries. The suspect was booked into King County Jail on several felony charges.

March 7th North Bend 76 Gas Station robbery suspect. Photo: surveillance  video
March 7th North Bend 76 Gas Station robbery suspect. Photo: surveillance video

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  • Kudos to all the law enforcement professionals involved who got this creep off our streets!

  • Thank you PD!.. Once again you prove your commitment to the Snoqualmie Valley.. It seems that opportunists are being stifled in their tracks!. Do most of these criminals come from the Valley? Are they outside criminals thinking they are taking open opportunity? What can the commercial community do to further protect their businesses, the public and their own assets? Thank you!

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