Deputies in North Spokane searching for 2 burglary suspects

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by OTHELLO RICHARDS & KREM.com

NWCN.com

Posted on November 8, 2012 at 6:12 PM

Updated Monday, Nov 11 at 7:18 AM

SPOKANE--Deputies in North Spokane are looking for two men accused of stealing firearms during a home burglary.

Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputies and SWAT have surrounded a home near Fairview and Hemlock looking for 28-year-old Grant Brough.  Authorities say they suspect him and two other men were involved in a burglary Wednesday night in Spokane Valley on the 2600 block of Park, where six guns and jewelry were stolen.

Deputies say Wednesday morning a neighbor in the area alerted them of two suspicious males that appeared to be vehicle prowling.  Deputies arrived and detained one, but say the other, identified as 25-year-old Seth Stensgar, fled in a vehicle.

Investigators developed information that Brough was also a suspect in the burglary and when detectives arrived at his home off Fairview he too fled from authorities.

Both suspects are still on the loose and are considered armed and dangerous.  Authorities say Stensgar was driving a newer model Nissan Altima with Montana plates.

Investigators have recovered two of the stolen guns.   

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