Three suspects arrested for residential burglary on July 27

MARYSVILLE — On Friday, July 27, at approximately 10:44 a.m., a citizen called 911 to report that that two subjects were unlawfully inside of a residence located in the 7200 block of 74th Street NE.

The caller also noted that an additional man appeared to be waiting outside the residence in a white vehicle. All three suspects were believed to be connected with a burglary in progress at that residence.

A responding police officer noted a white vehicle leaving the area of the burglary-in-progress call, traveling at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was stopped using emergency equipment and three men were found in the vehicle.

While those suspects were being taken into custody, another citizen reported that the suspects had thrown objects out of the vehicle in the area of 67th Avenue and Grove Street. These objects were later identified as the homeowner's stolen property, along with some type of disguise and gloves.

All three suspects who were arrested are men who are all believed to be from California. They include a 22-year-old Hispanic, and two African-Americans aged 44 and 25 years.

According to Marysville Police Lt. Jeff Goldman, it appears that all of the stolen property from the burglary — whose approximate value adds up to $500 — was recovered, and all three suspects were booked into the Snohomish County Jail for residential burglary, possession of stolen property and malicious mischief.

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