Thieves in costumes make rounds Halloween night

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Moses Lake Police Department/courtesy photo The thieves from the Knolls Vista neighborhood incident.

MOSES LAKE — Thieves dressed in Halloween garb were able to steal items from two homes Halloween night.

In the first incident two suspects who appear to be male, wearing face paint, burglarized a residence on West Bruce Street in the Lower Basin Homes area. The pair reportedly stole a 9mm handgun, two tablets and jewelry and fled the area.

In the second incident the two suspects, who also appear to be male, stole a diaper box and shoe box filled with photos, tattoo release forms and miscellaneous art materials off of a porch on North Earl Road in the Knolls Vista neighborhood. One of the suspects has a bandanna covering his face, while the other appears to have some sort of monkey/ape mask on.

If you have any information contact the Moses Lake Police Department at 509-764-3887. For those who have information give the case number 18ML15527 for the West Bruce Street theft and 18ML15532 for the North Earl Road theft.

— Staff report 

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