SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash.-- A Spokane Valley Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to a residential burglary call Monday morning. The homeowner told the deputy he woke up to let their dog out when he noticed a window in his living room was open.
The homeowner said he was positive the window was closed when he went to bed. When he looked outside the window he saw the screen lying up against the house.
The homeowner said he looked around the kitchen and saw his wallet missing from the kitchen counter. He found his wife’s purse and all its contents scattered under a car port.
The homeowner reported his cards stolen and found out his debit car had been used three times in Spokane Valley. The home is near 11200 E. Jackson Road.
There are currently no suspects. Crime Stoppers is providing a cash reward for anyone with information leading to an arrest. If you have information you should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.