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SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police arrested a suspected vehicle prowler Monday morning after a maintenance crew spotted him acting suspicious in the area of Post and Cora in north Spokane.

Two men, who were working on a nearby apartment complex, saw 19-year-old Kelby Krause acting suspicious in a parking lot and eventually chased Krause across the street.

Krause fled to an abandoned house on W. Cora between Monroe and Post where he hid in a very narrow blanket box.

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Officers learned that just prior to the men chasing the suspect, he had broken into an apartment and several vehicles.

Krause had a knife, pliers and a bag of stolen items with him when he was arrested.

According to Spokane Police, Krause was arrested last week for identical crimes.

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