Suspect at large after fleeing from troopers and crashing in Suquamish

Suquamish police: subject fled into the woods near Totten Road

Suspect at large after fleeing from troopers and crashing in Suquamish

There was police activity in Suquamish Friday morning near Totten Road when an individual allegedly fled from Washington State Patrol troopers and crashed a vehicle before fleeing on foot into the woods, according to the Suquamish Police Department.

SPD has a multitude of officers in the area. An updated SPD Facebook posts stated that the perimeter has been relaxed and a K-9 track has concluded. The suspect has not been found and remains at large.

“If you see anything odd in the Totten area, please call 911,” the SPD Facebook post reads. “We suggest businesses and programs in the area can return to normal business.”

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