Four residential burglaries have been investigated by the Snoqualmie Police Department recently. The security system alarm that police responded to last week last week on McIntosh Court (would’ve made 5th break-in) in Deer Park is being considered a false alarm. The incident on Elm is located in the new Eagle Point Neighborhood across the Parkway from the Aster Creek and Deer Park Neighborhoods.
All four occurred in Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhoods on the following streets: 8600 block of Leitz Ave SE, 8800 block of Venn Ave SE, 6900 block of Fairway Ave SE, and 9500 block of Elm Ave SE. Entry was made through broken or pried windows and a broken sliding glass door.
Through police investigation, Snoqualmie Police officers were able to identify a male subject associated with the May 2 break-in on Leitz Ave. He will be charged with residential burglary through the King County Prosecutor’s Office. The driver has not yet been identified.
The Police Department has investigated three other burglaries between March 16th and May 2nd:
- On March 16, a sliding glass door was broken on a house located at 8800 block of Venn Avenue SE at approximately 9:30AM. Approximate loss $13,000
- On April 21, a window was broken on a garage during the night and golf clubs were taken from the 6900 block of Fairway Avenue SE.
- On May 2, at approximately 6:00 P.M. a window was pried open on a house at the 9500 block of Elm Avenue SE nothing missing from house.
The Police Department asks residents to take extra precautions for home security. Tips for burglary prevention are posted on the Police Department page of the city website.