IDing suspect in Theo Chocolate burglary like taking candy from baby

If the Seattle Police Department is correct in suspecting a former employee is behind a burglary at Theo Chocolate last weekend, a criminal mastermind the thief is not.
On Sept. 24, employees arrived at Theo Chocolate to find $1,000 missing from the office where cash from the storefront is stored.
According to a police report for the incident (which anachronistically labels the business as the Red Hook Brewery), an employee fired the previous day had not yet returned a key fob he checked out Sept. 13 that  gives him 24/7 access to the building.
Helpfully for police, anytime a door is opened at Theo, the security system creates a log of which fob was used and when. Sure enough, the log shows someone used the fob checked out by the former employee to enter the building at 2:39 a.m. and enter the office a few seconds later.
Even more helpfully for the police, the key fob was returned sometime that morning, and the former employee had initialed the key fob log (that’s View full post on “drunk” News

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