Suspect vehicle with nice black driver's door (BCSO)
Suspect vehicle with nice black driver's door (BCSO)
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Earlier Thursday morning, Benton County Sheriff's Department investigators sent out some surveillance images of a pair of porch pirates, and now they're in custody.

Original image from way at the end of a long driveway

The Department apologized for the long-distance photo, but that was all they had at the time. The two suspects were seen stealing a package(s) from one or more homes on Apricot Drive, which is about 4 miles west of the center of town in Prosser.

However, just a few hours later, BCSO announced the two were in custody. It probably helped that the white Dodge pickup they were driving had a BLACK passenger door, which made it easy to see and identify.

Specific details were not released, but a tip from a Benton County resident and help from Grandview Police ended up with them being caught.

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It appears they were confronted by authorities, ditched their truck, and ran but were promptly captured.   Driving that vehicle probably sped up their apprehension a whole lot.

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