SPOKANE, Wash. -- Police released photos of dozens of pieces of stolen jewelry on Monday. Officers found the items during a residential burglary investigation.
Authorities said that they are looking for two male suspects. The Spokane Police Patrol Anti-Crime Team (PACT) Officers developed information that Trevor J. Haugen, 23, and Zachory J. Davis, 21, were committing residential burglaries in the Spokane area. Officers in undercover vehicles spent several days watching the men.
Concerned citizens reported the two men had been knocking on doors under the guise of soliciting yard work. PACT Officers used descriptions given by witnesses to identify Haugen and Davis as the suspects.
PACT arrested both Haugen and Davis last week. Both of them were booked for multiple counts of residential burglary. Officers searched the vehicle they were driving and their residence at 1300 block of E. Princeton.
Police found large amounts of jewelry, coins and other items. Detectives are now asking for the public’s assistance in identifying items that they have not been able to link to previously reported burglaries.
Detectives ask that if you see any of your items that you make a supplemental report using your original report number and ask the call taker to attention the report to Detective Madsen of the Targeted Crimes Unit.
A judge released Zachory Davis on his own recognizance. Trevor Haugen was released last Wednesday due to a clerical error within the Prosecutor’s Office.
Detectives have matched some of the jewelry located during the search to a burglary since their release. Both men are wanted for residential burglary according to officers. Police said on Tuesday that they have received multiple tips and are actively looking for the suspects.