Police looking for two men in connection to Spokane burglaries

SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police are looking for two suspects in connection to several residential burglaries in the Spokane Area.

Using undercover vehicles and surveillance video, Spokane Police believe Trevor J. Haugen and Zachory J. Davis are responsible for the burglaries.

Police say they were first alerted to the suspects when concerned citizen's reported the two knocking on doors under the guise of soliciting yard work.

Police looking for two men in connection to Spokane burglaries

Police had arrested both of these men recently. Officers executed search warrants on the vehicle the pair were driving when it was stopped at the corner of Garland and Ash as well as their residence at 1300 block of E. Princeton. Detectives found a large amount of jewelry, coins and other items at the home.

However, Davis was released on March 25th on his own recognizance and Haugen was released on March 27th due to a clerical error within the Prosecutor's Office.

Since the time of their previous arrest, detectives have matched more of the jewelry located during the search warrant execution to another burglary. Police have posted pictures of the stolen items here. If you recognize any of these items, contact police immediately.

If you know anything about the location of these two men, call police.