Police searching for suspect in connection with stolen firearms

LYNNWOOD, WASH., JANUARY 11, 2021 – On December 17, 2020, a vehicle in the 3700 block of 196th was broken into and a number of firearms were taken.

The two photos below are of the suspect vehicle. Unfortunately, the license plate is not readable but it appears to have a blue tarp or something similar obscuring the back window.

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Pictures are of the suspect’s vehicle. Courtesy of the Lynnwood Police Department.

If you recognize the car or have any details about the incident, please contact Detective DeGabriele: 425-670-5614 or rdegabriele@lynnwoodwa.gov.

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