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K-9 helps catch burglary suspects

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A police dog helped catch two teenagers accused of burglarizing a Spokane building supply store this morning. Officers saw two men run from Allied Building Supplies, 2808 E. Boone Ave. They fled the area in a car that later crashed in the area of East Garnet Avenue and North Market Street. Police arrested the suspected driver, Shelbie L. Harding, 20, on one count of attempting to elude a police vehicle. Officer Jake Jensen’s K-9, Duke, found another suspect hiding atop a shed and the third suspect a few blocks away. The suspects, Jonothon A. Delay, 18, and Daniel R. Burland, 18, each face a second-degree burglary charge.
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