SeaTac Police seeking help identifying 2 suspects wanted in connection with ATM break-in

SeaTac Police / King County Sheriff’s Office are seeking the public’s help identifying two male suspects wanted in connection with a recent break-in of an ATM in a hotel located in SeaTac:

Photos courtesy King County Sheriff’s Office

Police say that on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020 at 3:49 a.m., their 9-1-1 communications center received a call from a hotel in the 18700 block of International Boulevard (map below) in SeaTac, a King County Sheriff’s Office contract city.

The caller, an employee of the hotel, stated that he saw two males in the lobby, which was locked, attempting to break into an ATM. When the employee ran to the lobby to confront them, they fled on foot. A check of the area, as well as the rest of the hotel, did not locate the suspects.

Deputies looked at the ATM and noticed that the front door was open, however the cash drawers were still locked. After inspecting the ATM, deputies reviewed security footage.

The footage shows both suspects were wearing gloves. One male was wearing a blue and yellow jacket with the hood up, blue jeans, and possibly light gray and white Adidas tennis shoes. The other male was wearing a light gray and white hoodie with a gray baseball hat with a bat on the front of the hat (like Batman), blue jeans and white mid high tennis shoes.

If you know anything about this case, or recognize the clothing in the photos, please contact our non-emergency number at 206-296-3311 and refer to case #C20036542.

Or you can leave an anonymous tip through Crime Stoppers at .

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