Police Seeking Public’s Help Finding Over $2 Million in Stolen Wii Game Consoles

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Over 7,000 Nintendo Wii game consoles – worth over $2 million dollars – were stolen from a distributing warehouse in SeaTac over the weekend, and detectives are asking for the public’s help in locating the van and trailers they were stolen in.

Employees at Seattle Air Cargo in the 19100 block of Des Moines Memorial Drive (map bel0w) said the theft occurred sometime between 9 p.m. Saturday night and Noon Sunday.

The suspects used forklifts on the premises to load up two 53-foot trailers and a box van with at least 64 pallets of the game consoles.

Both Trailers are 53-feet in length, white in color and have the name “McKinney” on the side. The box van is a large International van with “Seattle Air Cargo” written on the doors (note: Seattle Air Cargo is NOT written on the side of the box, only the doors).

Here are descriptions and photos (click images to see larger versions):

  • Trailer #1- California license plate 4HB3365 with a trailer number 533457
  • Trailer #2- California license plate 4EA5521 with trailer number 531841
  • Box Van- make “International” Washington license plate B40622K

Front of Intenational Box Truck McKinney Trailer Seattle Air Cargo Box Van

Detectives believe the suspects drove two tractor trucks to the warehouse and used forklifts inside to load up the trailers and box van with the pallets of Wii games.

Detectives estimate the value of property stolen including the vehicles is over $2 million.

If you have information about this crime please call the King County Sheriff’s Office at (206) 296-3311 or 911 if you see any of the vehicles.

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