Attempted burglar suspect crashes into Bellevue pot store

A white Honda sedan crashed through the wall of the BelMar marijuana shop in the 600 block of 116th Street at around 5:30 a.m. Thursday as part of an attempted burglary.

Police arrived on the scene with weapons drawn. A bomb squad was also present. Officers confirmed it was part of an attempted burglary and cleared the premises.

The unidentified suspects fled the scene and remain at large. Police have confirmed that the vehicle was reported stolen.

There were no injuries and no reports of stolen cash or products.

BelMar employees could not be reached for comment.

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