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Posted on: July 28, 2017

Mill Creek Police Nab Suspect Possibly Linked to Series of Burglaries

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Mill Creek Police have taken a 43-year-old man, Hun Park, into custody after he broke into a Mill Creek apartment July 28. The man is suspected of being a serial burglar in east King County and southern Snohomish County.

A resident of The Laurels apartments at the corner of 164th Street SE and SR 527 in Mill Creek was awakened this afternoon to a man rifling through his possessions. The suspect quickly fled and the resident called 911. Police were nearby and quickly responded.

“The victim was able to give us a very good description of the suspect, and one of our officers realized he’d passed him on the way in,” said Sergeant Rod Fleming. “He was able to alert other nearby officers who apprehended and detained the fleeing suspect.”

The victim was able to positively identify the suspect, and the suspect had the victim’s possessions in his hands.

“Due to the nature of the break-in, we believe the suspect may be linked to several recent burglaries in Mill Creek and surrounding jurisdictions,” said Fleming. “We have reached out to and are working with other agencies that have investigated crimes with similar characteristics.”

The suspect’s car was impounded and Mill Creek Police are seeking a search warrant.
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