Richland High School broken into twice in less than a week
RICHLAND, Wash. — Investigators are searching for two people connected to two break-ins at Richland High School.
The first burglary happened on September 30 around 10 p.m. Richland officers say an alarm was tripped. When they got to the scene, the suspects were gone.
On Wednesday before 1 a.m., Richland Police were called back out to the school. The alarm for the technology building went off. Police arrived and found a man on campus. However, they do not believe he’s involved in the burglary, but was arrested for trespassing.
A K9 officer was used to track down the suspects. No one was found.
According to Lt. Lee with Richland Police, investigators believe the burglaries are connected. Upon further investigation, police were able to determine there are two people involved in the break-ins.
If you know anything about either break-in, you’re asked to call police.