Shotguns, rifle inside protected stolen in Tillamook
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A house protected with shotguns and a rifle was the goal of a deliberate housebreaking in Tillamook by burglars who minimize the facility to residence — however had been nonetheless caught on surveillance cameras.
Early Friday morning, the Tillamook County Sheriff’s Office said, 3 individuals in an older Toyota pickup truck drove by a gate, bought into a house on Salmonberry Highway, tied a series round a protected, dragged it down the driveway earlier than loading it and a locked file cupboard into the mattress of the pickup and driving off.
The burglars minimize the facility to the vacant residence earlier than they crashed into the gate, authorities stated. However the surveillance cameras saved working.
“This was most positively a deliberate housebreaking,” the sheriff’s office said on their Facebook page.
Contained in the protected had been two 12-gauge shotguns and a 30/30 lever motion Winchester rifle. “It could seem the protected was the precise goal of this housebreaking,” officers stated.
The getaway car “seems to be an older Toyota extended-cab 4WD pick-up with a slider rear window, a carry and bigger tires,” authorities stated. There was no rear license plate and the truck “has a graphic stripe down the aspect in addition to some form of physique restore on the roof above the motive force’s space and a hood that may not shut utterly.”
Anybody with info is requested to name the Tillamook non-emergency line at 503.815.1911, or an nameless voicemail at 503.815.3319.