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Review Bainbridge Island GOING FAST: Zoe Muth & The Lost High Rollers return to Bainbridge. A14 FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 2014 | Vol. 114, No. 17 | | 75¢ It’s the hoppiest time of the year Strawberry Hill Park hosts annual Egg-stravaganza! Dozens of families turned out for the annual Easter egg hunt at Strawberry Hill Park Saturday, April 19. In addition to the egg hunting, children enjoyed chalk drawing, face painting, a live animal exhibit by the 4-H club and they even got a chance to meet the Easter Bunny himself. It rained a bit, and the actual hunt at 11 a.m. was a little soggier than most would have liked, but the weather did nothing to damper the spirits of the egg seekers themselves who quickly set upon their designated hunting areas and recovered all the goodies with lightninglike speed. At right, Frankie Rohan, 2, gives the Easter Bunny a big hug. Below left, one young egg hunter seems to be contemplating his plan of attack just prior to the start of the egg hunt. And below right, the race is on as kids set about finding and gathering up all the eggs and candy in a festive frenzy. Photos by Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review Serial burglar still prowling on island Bainbridge police release sketches of burglary suspects BY CECILIA GARZA Bainbridge Island Review Bainbridge Island police released two sketches of suspects who may have been involved in a string of residential burglaries on the island since early March. Police Chief Matthew Hamner said Wednesday the illustrations were prepared by a police sketch artist with another agency. The sketches were prepared on April 15 and April 17, after more burglaries were reported on the island, and witnesses to earlier burglaries provided detailed descriptions to police. One of the suspects is believed to be a serial burglar, Hamner said. He is described as 30 to 40 years old and 5-foot-7. He is about 140 pounds with dark colored hair and a dark complexion, Hamner said. He could possibly be Hispanic or Native American. In the most Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review recent incident, Bainbridge Police Chief the man entered a Matthew Hamner holds a police Bainbridge home sketch of a suspected serial while one of the burglar during a press residents was still conference Wednesday. home. A 22-year-old woman was at home while her parents were away, and heard someone entering the house the afternoon of Wednesday, April 16. She retreated to a bathroom, locked the door, and called 911. Hamner said the intruder forced entry into the bathroom — possibly to look for prescription drugs — but fled when he found the woman inside. “I don’t think that he realized that someone was home,” Hamner said. Police quickly responded to the 911 call. “We just missed him,” Hamner said. He was seen leaving in a green- or teal-colored 1990s Ford Explorer. Hamner could not provide details on whether the man was driving the vehicle or was a passenger. Roughly two dozen burglaries have been reported on Bainbridge Island since March. turn to burglar | A8

Bainbridge Island Review, April 25, 2014

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