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WSP investigators find plenty of stolen property in area house & storage unit

April 6, 2013

A treasure trove of stolen property was recovered at a rental home on Arlington Road north of Deer Park this week.
A half dozen stolen cars were discovered on April 3 after the tenants were evicted. A local towing company spent most of the day removing the cars, which were eventually returned to their rightful owners.
On April 5, Washington State Patrol investigators looked at the items the tenants left at the home, which were being housed at a storage facility in Clayton by the landlord. During the search, they found a motorcycle, snowmobile, a large quantity of electric guitars, and televisions along other items believed to have been stolen.
WSP investigators have not arrested anyone in the case but they have a possible suspect.

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