Mascot Pizza burglar arrested hours later


SPOKANE, Wash. -Spokane Police  officers investigating an early morning burglary at Mascot Pizza in the Gonzaga neighborhood say were able to locate and arrest a suspect hours later.

Officers responded to investigate the overnight burglary at the business Tuesday. Money, a backpack and other items were stolen. There was video surveillance of the incident and the suspect was captured on video.

It's the second time in as many weeks that the business had been burglarized. Officers patrolled the area heavily during the day to see if they could locate the suspect.

Later in the day person who reported the burglary called in saying a man matching the description of the burglar was walking down the street. Officers were already int he neighborhood and were able to get there quickly and detain a man, later identified as 24-year-old Isaac Glemaker.

Officers located a vehicle nearby they believe was being used by Glemaker. Inside the car they were able to see the backpack that was believed to have been taken during the burglary. Glemaker had changed his clothes, but officers were able to make other items Glemaker was wearing to that shown in the surveillance video.

Glemaker's vehicle was seized for a search warrant. He was booked into the Spokane County Jail for 2nd degree burglary. Officers are also investigating the possibility that he was involved in not only the first burglary, but several crimes in the area. 

If anybody has further information regarding this case, please call Crime Check at 509-456-2233 and reference incident number 2018-20148988. 

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