Teens arrested in Kennewick home invasion

Tri-City HeraldOctober 7, 2013 

— Kennewick police have arrested four male teens who they say broke into a house and stole multiple items while a 43-year-old resident was inside.

The burglary happened on Sept. 21 at a house on the 8900 block of W. Fifth Ave. Police recently arrested two 15-year-old suspects and two 17-year-old suspects. The names of the teens were not released.

Ray L. Moody, who lives at the house, reportedly saw the teens outside of his house around 12:30 a.m., police said. Moody apparently thought the teens were friends of his son.

Moody later saw the teens running from his house to a white car parked outside, police said. When he checked his house, items including hunting gear, an X-Box and a computer were missing.

Witnesses helped officers identify the teens, police said. All but one of them told police they were involved in the burglary.

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