Police seek information about burglary in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles police officers are seeking information and surveillance video after an occupied residential burglary Wednesday morning.

Police were told at about 5:30 a.m. Wednesday of the burglary on the 4100 block of Old Mill Road, according to a news release.

Two men removed bikes and tools from a garage and loaded them into a white, early 2000s pickup truck and fled southbound, police said.

When one of the men began to enter the residence, the resident confronted them and they fled.

They are described as two slender white men. One had curly, jawline-length hair.

Anyone with information or surveillance video that would be useful in the investigation is asked to email hbalderson@cityofpa.us.

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