New surveillance video may help nab the suspect who stole computers from several Interbay businesses. Nationally published cartoonist Stu Heinecke lost a large chunk of his life’s work when the thief cut through a fence, broke a window and stole several Apple computers, including a cinema display and a G-5.
The new video is a clear front-face view of a man police believe may be responsible for burglarizing Heinecke’s Interbay office. It was recorded at the Nautica apartment complex a few miles away. The manager noticed a resemblance after seeing the initial report on KING 5 news. You can see the story on KING here.
Some stolen items from other burglarized businesses have been discovered, including one of Heinecke’s computers. Heinecke, who has had work published in the Wall Street Journal, is holding out hope that the computer, which holds his life work, will be discovered.
KING reports that authorities arrested a man selling some of the items on Craigslist, but they don’t believe he’s the thief. Police have obtained a search warrant for the home of another suspect they believe may be involved in selling the stolen items.