Two men tried hiding from the cops by covering themselves with leaves and crawling under a log Wednesday morning after a burglary in Bellevue...
Two men tried hiding from the cops by covering themselves with leaves and crawling under a log Wednesday morning after a burglary in Bellevue.
Guess they didn’t figure on the police dog.
According to Bellevue police, a neighbor saw the two men breaking into a home in the Lakemont neighborhood of Bellevue.
The neighbor called 911 and provided descriptions of the men, the direction they’d taken in running from the house — and even took pictures with his cellphone.
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The suspects ran through nearby woods toward a golf course.
The men made their way down a ravine, where they covered themselves with leaves and crawled under a log.
But police tracked them down with the help of a dog.
One of the men was treated by medics after he was bitten by the dog.