Police arrest three suspects for Talus burglary

April 20, 2010

By Staff

A fast-food run landed three Issaquah residents in trouble with the law April 5.

Issaquah Police arrested the suspects — a pair of 16-year-old boys and a male, 18-year-old exchange student — after officers said they burglarized a Talus home March 31.

Police said the men entered the occupied residence in the 700 block of Bear Ridge Drive Northwest between 8 and 9 p.m. The homeowners realized the incident had occurred after a victim discovered a purse missing from the kitchen. They determined someone had entered the home through an unlocked door.

A credit card from the purse was used at a fast-food restaurant not long after the purse disappeared. Police used surveillance video from the restaurant to identify the suspects.

Officers arrested the suspects April 5, and then booked them at the Issaquah City Jail and released them.

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