Thieves Burglarize White Pass Ski Lodge
WHITE PASS, Wash. - White Pass officials say two thieves broke into an office in the ski lodge and stole a safe containing several thousand dollars.
They also say the thieves took credit and debit card receipts with cardholders' card numbers.
Police are looking for the suspects. The burglary happened between some time between 12:45 a.m. and 5 a.m. on Tuesday. The first suspect is a white male around five-feet seven with no facial hair. He was wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt with dark stripes on the sleeves.
The second suspect is also white and around six-feet tall with no facial hair. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with two white stripes on it. And both suspects were wearing dark colored pants.
"Crimes increasing everywhere, unfortunately that's not different for us at white pass, we see increasing theft from year to year," White Pass's Kathleen Goyette said. "Have we had break ins like this in the past, no we havent had break ins like this where they're coming through the door destroying property that kind of thing."
And police have a warning for you. If you used your credit card at the White Pass ski resort over the last couple of days you'll want to contact your credit card company as soon as possible and watch your credit, because several credit card receipts were taken as well.
White Pass officials say that people who used their credit cards in the cafeteria, bar or daycare areas could be at a higher risk.
An award leading to the arrest of the two suspects is also being offered.