But wait there's more.

According to KPD, two perpetrators, one male, one female were allegedly prowling cars around houses near the intersection of Highway 395 and W 10th Ave.

Police say the couple took credit cards from a car. The victim noticed charges from the Kennewick Fred Meyer and Walmart. After checking their home security camera and finding footage of the man and woman taking the card from the car, a family member of the car prowl victim went to Fred Meyer to confront the car prowlers (never a good idea says KPD, call them).

The family member found the man and after being confronted he ran from the store and took off on a bike. While crossing Highway 395, the man was struck by a car. After getting hit, the man got up and rode away on his bike, and the police lost his trail until a man with serious leg injuries showed up at the hospital.

Throw in the alleged woman accomplice and her illegal shenanigans, who is still at large as of this writing and the ending is still to be written. That's where you come in.

You can help. You know you want to.

Read on.

On 02/15/20 around 8:00 pm. Officers were dispatched to a vehicle prowl in the area of W 10th Ave and S Irby St in Kennewick. As Officers were speaking with the victim, they were advised some credit cards taken from the vehicle had just been used. It was later found a female, pictured,

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allegedly used the stolen credit card at Walmart, and a male used a credit card at Fred Meyers. A family member of the victim went to Fred Meyer and confronted the suspect male who fled on a bicycle across Hwy 395. The male was struck by a vehicle but continued to flee before Police arrival. The area was checked the but male was not located. Later in the night, Officers were called to a hospital for a male matching the suspect description with injuries to his leg. Jacob Sanders (28) was placed under arrest after being interviewed. After Sanders was treated at the hospital, he was booked into the Benton County Jail for Credit Card-Unlawful Factoring of Transactions and Burglary.

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KPD is attempting the identify the female. If anyone knows the female, please contact non-emergency (509) 628-0333. The female was seen in the red pickup pictured. 20-06510.

That is all.