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Kirkland police respond to home burglary with K-9 track; allegation unsubstantiated

Kirkland police respond to a reported home burglary in the North Rose Hill neighborhood on Tuesday morning, conducting a K-9 track. The allegation was determined to be unsubstantiated.  - Matt Phelps/Kirkland Reporter
Kirkland police respond to a reported home burglary in the North Rose Hill neighborhood on Tuesday morning, conducting a K-9 track. The allegation was determined to be unsubstantiated.
— image credit: Matt Phelps/Kirkland Reporter

After responding to a report of a home burglary on Tuesday morning, Kirkland police have determined that the allegation was unsubstantiated.

Kirkland police responded to the burglary in the North Rose Hill neighborhood, in the 12300 block of N.E. 97th St. at 8 a.m.

The caller reported seeing a male within the home with a weapon. Officers investigated the allegation and conducted a K9 track. There was no sign of forced entry to the home and nothing was taken, said Kirkland police officials.

No suspect was located.

The investigation determined the report was unsubstantiated and no further investigation will be conducted.

 

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