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Posted on: July 29, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Can You Help Identify this Male and Female? (Spokane Valley)


Spokane Valley Investigative Unit (SVIU) Detective Jim Speaks would like your help identifying the male and female in this photo.

Detective Speaks is investigating several vehicle prowlings that occurred at the Centennial Trailhead parking area, located on Barker Road near Euclid, on June 25, 2016. The thieves smashed door windows and stole property to include purses, stereo equipment and miscellaneous other items.

A witness described a possible suspect vehicle as a faded black full sized 4 x 4 lifted pickup with exhaust stacks/pipes sticking up at the rear of the cab with what is believed to be a partial Idaho license plate “K165”.

Immediately after the thefts, the suspects traveled to multiple businesses in Spokane Valley and began using victim’s credit cards.

The pictures were obtained from Walgreens surveillance video where the female, accompanied by the male, appear to purchase items with one of the stolen credit cards.

Anyone with information regarding these suspects or can help identify them is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233 and reference report #230794.

The Spokane Valley Police Department’s and Spokane County Sheriff’s Office’s Crime Prevention Unit would like to remind everyone to:

• Lock your car and roll up the windows
• Keep your valuables out of sight when leaving them in an unattended/parked vehicle
• Lock any valuables in the trunk if possible or better yet, leave them at home
• Remove important or sensitive documents from your car
• Avoid parking in isolated or dark areas

Do not be the next “target of opportunity” for people who are actively out looking for their next victim.

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