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Tylor Pone Saeteurn Wanted for Alleged Burglary in King County

ID #21-103 Tylor Pone Saeteu
ID #21-103 Tylor Pone Saeteu

Tylor Pone Saeteurn Wanted for Alleged Burglary in King County

ID #21-103

Washington’s Most Wanted Press Release

26-year-old Tylor Pone Saeteurn is wanted in White Center for Burglary 2nd Degree. He is 5’07”, 155 pounds. Saeteurn has a tattoo on the right side of his face that says, ‘T Rascal G”. He is known to frequent smaller casinos.

King County Sheriff’s detectives are asking for the public’s help to locate this suspect accused of ramming a stolen green Chrysler Town and Country minivan through the front doors of Grocery Plus in White Center on February 20th at about 10:25 pm. Detectives say he then stole cigarettes and lottery tickets from the business. Damage to the store was estimated at $20,000. The stolen minivan was later found by Seattle Police.

“Here we have Grocery Plus, just serving the White Center community at a time when the pandemic has been so hard on small business. This burglary has been devastating to them, not only the property loss but just the trust. They’re there and they serve. They deserve better than this and I am so glad detectives were able to identify a suspect and I know, together, we’re going to be able to get him into custody,” said King County Sgt. Tim Meyer.

Detectives say they have identified the suspect as 26-year-old Tylor Pone Saeteurn.

He is wanted for Burglary 2nd Degree.

He is 5’07”, 155 pounds and was last known to live in Renton. Saeteurn has a tattoo on the right side of his face that says, ‘T Rascal G”.

His most recent conviction was for Residential Burglary and Taking a Motor Vehicle Without Permission. He also has active warrants for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in Algona and DUI in Seattle.

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