KPD, SWAT search three homes tied to gun shop burglary


UPDATE (7 p.m.): Police and SWAT served a search warrant at a third home Thursday believed to be connected to the burgary at Hole in the Wall.

Authorities entered home, located near the corner of Seventh Avenue and Union Street, around 6:15 p.m.

No arrests were made at that home and authorities are continuing to look for evidence.


KENNEWICK, Wash. — Authorities served search warrants Thursday at two homes on North Volland Street that are believed to be tied to a burglary in which several guns were stolen.

Lt. Aaron Clem said the burglary happened early Wednesday morning at Hole in the Wall, a gun shop and shooting range at 7509 W Deschutes Ave.

He said two people broke into the store, damaging the front door, and made off with multiple firearms.

Investigators were able to identify two addresses in the 100 block of N. Volland St. that were believed to be associated with the burglary.

On Thursday, Kennewick police and SWAT team members surrounded the homes, called all the occupants to come out and served the search warrants. As of 3:20 p.m., they were actively searching for evidence inside the homes.

No arrests had been made at the time.

This is a developing story.