Pregnant North Bend burglary suspect caught on video

A pregnant woman and accomplice are being sought in two North Bend burglaries, after she was filmed breaking into a home on March 13.

North Bend police are circulating the home surveillance video and images of the break-in, in hopes that someone can identify her. The woman has long dark hair, and appears to be a pregnant Caucasian in her 20s.

The video shows a red convertible, with the top up, pulling into the driveway of a home in the 43800 block of Southeast 168th Street in North Bend, at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13. The woman got out of the car and knocked on the front door of the home. When there's no answer, she begins breaking in through the front window. Her accomplice, not seen on the video, re-positions the car in the driveway. The woman is seen leaving the home and getting into the car, which then drives off.

Police said the same vehicle was also reported in the driveway of another house that was burglarized a day earlier in the 1000 block of Forster Boulevard Southwest, also in North Bend.

The suspect woman was last seen wearing a grey hat, pink sweatshirt, yoga pants and flip flops. If you recognize the suspect or vehicle, you are asked to call the King County Sheriff’s Office at (206) 296-3311 or 911.

The video can be seen at It is in fast motion)



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