KENNEWICK, Wash. – An alleged bank card theft suspect was hit by a automotive Saturday night time. Now, police are on the lookout for a lady who was reportedly additionally concerned in the identical crime.
Round eight p.m. Saturday, Kennewick Police have been known as to the realm of 10th Avenue and Irby Avenue concerning a automobile prowl. Officers talked to the sufferer, who mentioned bank cards have been stolen and simply used.
Investigators tracked down a lady who allegedly used the stolen bank card at a Walmart. A person, later recognized as 28-year-old Jacob Sanders, used a bank card at Fred Meyer. Police say a member of the family of the sufferer went to the Fred Meyer and confronted the person.
Sanders took off on a bicycle throughout Freeway 395. He was hit by a automotive, however continued to take off earlier than officers received to the scene.
Officers weren’t capable of finding him. Later, police received a name from an area hospital a few man who got here in with a leg damage. He matched the outline of Sanders.
He was handled and later booked into the Benton County Jail for illegal factoring of transactions and housebreaking.
The lady from Walmart has not but been recognized. Should you acknowledge her or see the truck, name Kennewick Police.
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