Raw video: Seattle police to stop Costco shoplifting spree
Seattle police footage shows officers caught the men on a Costco emergency exit.
Seattle police officers captured the moment when she busted two people try to run a Costco with a bulk quantity of vacuum cleaners and laptops Wednesday.
The officers were answering a call about a break-in at Costco, the Seattle Police Department said in a statement.
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Loss prevention officers from the store said one of the suspects is familiar to and believed that they have stolen from the store. The security service told the police the defendant was wearing a knife in the past.
When officers arrived on the scene, a black car with an 18-year-old woman inside. Body cameras captured the officers from interviewing the woman and blocking the car to leave, when a 30-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman is picked up through the emergency exit of the store holding laptops and vacuum cleaners.
However, the officers around the doors and were ready for their escape.
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Police immediately arrested the two suspects who seemed to be shocked by the officers’ presence. Prevention of the loss of the staff said that the two suspects also stole items from a different Costco earlier that day. The stolen items were worth about $2,200. The officers also found a 7″ knife, the male suspect wore.
The male suspect was booked into the King County Jail “for investigation of a robbery, while the two women were booked for investigation of theft.”