The King County Sheriff’s Office â€“ along with the Burien victim â€“ are seeking the public’s help in identifying this suspect, wanted in connection with a burglary that occurred near S. 146th and 5th Place S. (map below) on Monday, Sept. 12 at around 11 a.m.: [embed]https://youtu.be/7KJI_BO8vl0[/embed] SLOW-MO REPLAY: [embed]https://youtu.be/Y34l76oWRz0[/embed] The victim was alerted that someone was in her house from her video surveillance system. There was no sign of forced entry, but the suspect took a couple of tablets, an Xbox One and this wedding ring: “This a#$hole broke into my house by jumping a neighbor’s fence and climbing through a bedroom window and stole 2 tablets, an Xbox One slim, and my wedding ring,” the victim told The B-Town Blog. “It’s a unique ring and am hoping it will pop up at a pawn shop somewhere.” He didn’t notice the camera until he was walking out. The suspect was described as a tall white male, mid-20s, with brown hair, and wearing a backpack (click images to see larger versions/slideshow:) The victim adds that the suspectÂ was “probably in and out within 30 minutes and had run through my house with gloves so I’m sure this isn’t his first time.” “I just really want my wedding ring back,” the victim said. “I’ve been married for five years and this is irreplaceable to me. I’m so heartbroken about it. The other stuff can be replaced…” If you have any information on this theft, or you recognize this suspect, please contact Deputy Thomas at [email protected], or call 206-477-2200. The incident # is c16046719. ]]>
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