Police were called after two roommates noticed money, a television and other valuables were taken from their apartment.
A 24-year-old victim told police he received a phone call from his 24-year-old roommate when he got off work saying their apartment had been broken into, police said.
Authorities were called about 11:30 p.m. Sunday to an apartment at 6301 Timberline St., off 65th Avenue North, where the 24-year-old male victims told police a 32-inch television was taken, along with a Louis Vuitton-brand bag, money, and two gold necklaces, according to the police report.
Police said a back window screen had been cut and removed, and two neighbors heard loud noises coming from the home, authorities said.
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One of the nearby neighbors told police he saw someone trying to get into the apartment about 9:30 p.m. that evening, but didn’t get a good enough look at the suspect to give police a description, authorities said.
The neighbor told police he assumed the suspect was a resident there who had been locked out.
Crime scene officers were called out to investigate the incident, and no arrests had been made in connection with the break-in by Tuesday morning.