Port Orchard cannabis store burglarized again

Detectives from the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office are asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects and vehicle involved in a recent Port Orchard burglary.

Officials say on Nov. 22 at around 3:45 a.m., two suspects broke into Kitsap Cannabis off Village Lane SE. Video surveillance shows the suspects driving a stolen Subaru Outback through the store front, breaking the glass.

The suspects then entered and stole items from inside the store, leaving afterward in the stolen Subaru. The vehicle was abandoned and set on fire by the suspects in the parking lot of Howe Farm Park. The amount of damage or loss of inventory was not shared with the public.

This is now the third time Kitsap Cannabis has been the victim of a robbery in 2022, though this is the first occurrence of the year where the store was not open. The shop was previously robbed at gunpoint in late February and on Oct. 1.

Still photos and videos of the suspects were posted by the KCSO and store owner Raymond Alloway on their respective Facebook pages.

Police also posted a video captured by bank surveillance containing a second vehicle that they believe was also involved in the crime.

Anyone with information related to the crime is being asked to contact Detective Tim Keeler.