story on the KIRO-TV Website
has details on a break-in at the offices of
Valve Software that resulted in the theft of over $40,000 worth of games and
). The suspect in this case is no stranger to ballsy
crimes, as they say it's the same man who
led police on a high-speed chase from Bellevue to Seattle in a stolen Fed Ex
last year. Word is he's allegedly seen on surveillance footage selling
the goods, but is for some reason still at large despite being charged with this
last month and having six additional warrants out for him:
The same man who police say stole a FedEx truck and led them on a high
speed chase from Bellevue to Seattle is in trouble again.
This time detectives say 32-year-old Shawn Shaputis broke into Valve, a game
developer, in Lincoln Square's south tower and stole more than $40,000 worth of
equipment and games.
Charges for the burglaries were filed last month. At that time there were six
warrants for his arrest.
Shaputis was first arrested for the burglary spree on June 29, 2018, one week
before he stole the FedEx truck, but he keeps getting out of jail.
Now he's wanted again and police gave us the video they say shows of Shaputis
selling the stolen games at Game Stop in Crossroads.
Shaputis is scheduled to be arraigned on Wednesday, if he fails to appear,
another warrant will be issued.