Police Look for Suspect Involved in Repair Shop Theft

Sept. 6, 2022

Two suspects stole a Ford Fusion from Doug's Auto Tune and Repair, and one of them has been arrested. 

Sept. 6, 2022—An investigation is currently underway regarding vehicle theft at a Kirkland, Washington, repair shop. 

According Komo News, two suspects appear in a surveillance video at Doug's Auto Tune and Repair last week around 5 a.m. One suspect made off with a Ford Fusion that had been in a repair bay at the shop. 

This suspect was found and arrested by the Bellevue Police Department. At the time of this reporting, Kirkland police are still looking for the second suspect. This individual was in a station wagon that they believe to be a Subaru. The vehicle has a spare tire and driver-side damage. 

Police are asking for any tips to be directed to their tip line: 425-587-3515. 

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