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Kennewick, WA - A burglary at a local laboratory in Kennewick is under investigation. One man is in custody, another remains at large.
Police say the burglary happened at Cadwell Laboratories on Kellogg Street and West Okanogan Avenue in Kennewick late Friday night. When owners came back after a long weekend they found computer equipment missing.
One man was seen on the companies security cameras loading the equipment into a red pick-up truck. Kennewick Police spotted the truck last night driving along Clearwater Avenue. The man inside was 47-year-old Dennis Anderson of Benton City. He confessed to the burglary and was later booked in the Benton Franklin Jail.
Through his confession police now know there is a second suspect involved in this case. He is 32-year-old Jeremy Skinnell of Kennewick. He has a history of burglaries in the area.
Kennewick Police Officer Ken Melone made the arrest last night and says police are searching for the second suspect. "We need to catch him, he is considered armed right now, we have information that he could be armed so we need to take him off the streets as soon as possible."
Police say Skinnell is a white male, weighing about 200 pounds. He was last seen driving a white pick-up truck with Washington license number A74-074Y.
Crime Stoppers is now offering a one-thousand dollar reward for information about 32 year old Jeremy Skinnell
Police say he may be armed and dangerous.