Kirkland Police seek information on longboarder suspect in residential burglary investigation

On November 13, a Kirkland residence located in the 14100 block of 107th  Ave. N.E. was burglarized.

The victim's residence was protected by a video surveillance system and captured video images of the suspect approaching the victim’s home and the suspect’s vehicle. The male suspect is shown carrying a “long board” skateboard and eventually forced entry through a rear door.

The suspect then backed a vehicle into the victim’s driveway and loaded it with property stolen from the victim’s residence.  The Kirkland Police Department seeks help from the public in identifying the unknown white male suspect in this case seen in the images below.

Based on the surveillance video, the suspect appears to be between five-foot; nine inches and 6 feet tall with short, possibly thin brown hair.

If you have any information regarding the identity of the suspect in this case, or the suspect vehicle, please contact the Kirkland Police Department Tip Line at 425-587-3515. For more information about the incident, or if you would like to obtain the video that the stills were pulled from, please contact Detective Dave Quiggle, Kirkland Police Department at 425-587-3507 or

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