Stolen North Bend car crashes after Olympia chase

An early morning car crash in Olympia on Saturday, June 2, resulted in the arrest of one person linked to a North Bend theft that occurred just a few hours earlier.

The car, a 2001 green Honda Odyssey, was the subject of a pursuit by Washington Highway Patrolmen around 6 a.m. that Saturday. When the vehicle crashed, both the driver and passenger fled, but police used a search dog to locate the passenger of the vehicle.

The car was stolen from a residence in the 400 block of Southeast 12th Place in North Bend, along with several items from the home. The thieves are believed to have entered the home through an unlocked sliding-glass door, then taken the car keys and other items.


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