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Three arrested in locker room burglaries

Jenalee Hall and Miranda Watson were caught on school security video at West Valley High School Jenalee Hall and Miranda Watson were caught on school security video at West Valley High School

SPOKANE, Wash. - Police were able to arrest three locker room burglary suspects after the trio attempted to rob the Costco in Spokane Valley Friday.

The three suspects, Jenalee Hall, Miranda Watson and Chad Hoyt were caught on school surveillance video after stealing from lockers at both East Valley and West Valley High Schools on October 2.

On both occasions, the suspects targeted lockers of volleyball players who were at practice.

They stole cash, cell phones and identification from the different lockers with a total loss of about $900. Police say when they left, they were seen getting into a white van.

Friday, the suspects attempted to rob the Costco in Spokane Valley and were located by police driving away in a white van. After searching the van, police found evidence linking the three suspects to the high school burglaries.

The van was packed with blankets, prescription bottles, cell phones and identification cards; all linking the suspects to the high school locker room burglaries and other crimes.

Police say the trio may have had a hand in dozens of other burglaries.

Detectives are trying to contact the victims of these crimes including those at East Valley and West Valley High Schools.

Hall and Miranda Watson were booked in the Spokane County Jail and Hoyt was taken to Geiger Correctional Facility.

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