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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.

Officers were able to get him out of that small space and place him under arrest for Residential Burglary.

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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