Franklin County investigators search for pair of burglars at Douglas Fruit facility
PASCO, Wash. — A pair of individuals who unlawfully entered a fruit and vegetable processing plant is at large and Franklin County deputies are asking for the community’s help to identify them.
According to a social media alert from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, someone burglarized the Douglas Fruit plant on the 100-block of Taylor Flats Rd around 3:00 a.m. on Friday, April 22.
One of the suspects is seen wearing a dark-colored beanie, a black jacket over a white shirt, dark & baggy pants, and white sneakers. This suspect wore a grey face-covering that helped conceal their identity.
The second suspect wore a black face mask, black hoodie with white strings, blue jeans and dark-colored sneakers. This person was identifiable by their long hair that was kept up in a bun.
No further details regarding the burglary have been publically revealed by law enforcement or investigators.
This is a breaking news story. An update and/or follow-up could be issued if further details are publically revelaed.
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