Surveillance camera images of disguised suspect (photo credit: King County Sheriff’s Office)

Surveillance camera images of disguised suspect (photo credit: King County Sheriff’s Office)

King County Sheriff’s Office looking for USPS disguised mail thief

Suspect wore USPS jacet and stole a sack full of mail from Kenmore apartment complex.

King County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a mail thief who disguised their self as a USPS delivery person.

The suspect was captured on surveillance camera in a Kenmore apartment complex on the 18200 block of 68th Ave NE on Feb. 20th At 3:30 am.

According to KCSO, the footage shows him entering the apartment complex’s mailroom undetected and empty handed and leaving with a sack full of stolen mail. The suspect was wearing a USPS jacket and is believed to have entered the mailroom with a stolen key.

KCSO reported that a debit card taken in this incident was used at a nearby grocery store soon after the theft.

Detectives from KCSO believe this suspect may be in his 50’s with graying hair. Based on his patterns he may live in Kenmore, Bothell, Lake Forest Park or neighboring communities.

King County Sheriff’s Office encourages community members who may know the suspect or his whereabouts to report information at the non-emergency number 206-296-3311 and ask to share a tip with a Kenmore detective (C21006011).

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