Audubon neighborhood home burglarized suspect on the loose

Audubon neighborhood home burglarized.  One female in custody and one male still outstanding.

This afternoon a homeowner at 3100 W. Cora Avenue caught two burglars in his home.  Both subjects fled from the house and a motorcycle officer responding to the call caught the female suspect nearby.  A K9 unit searched the house and the surrounding area but the male suspect was not found.

On June 26th, 2018 around 2:30 p.m., a home near 3100 W. Cora Avenue was burglarized.  Thirty-four year old Tanya P. Myers was stopped leaving the area and she was detained.  The male suspect, believed to be armed, fled into the neighborhood.

Several Spokane Police Department (SPD) officers set up a perimeter in the surrounding area.  An SPD K9 team assisted by searching the home to confirm no others suspects remained inside.  They searched the contained neighborhood but were not able to find the male suspect.

This was the third burglary at the location within the last 24 hours.  Several firearms were stolen from the residence.

Detectives from the Targeted Crimes Unit (TCU) began their investigation this morning from the first two burglaries.  The home was being processed to collect evidence.

Probable cause was established to arrest Myers.  She was booked into the Spokane County Jail for Burglary 1st Degree.  More charges could be added.

This is an ongoing investigation.

Spokane Police Department

 

Spokane News originally posted this incident HERE

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