Atta girl! K-9 helps track down man suspected of breaking into Queen Anne woman’s home

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SEATTLE – Good doggy.

A K-9 unit helped track down a  man police suspect broke into a woman’s home in Queen Anne early morning.

Police got a call at 1:45 from the woman, who lives alone and said she heard things being moved around in her home.

By the time police got there a few minutes later, the burglar had taken off.

A Seattle Pacific University security guard showed up and said he’d seen a man leave the area and head to a parking lot nearby. Zeva got to work and followed the scent to a car in that parking lot, where police found a 44-year-old-man sitting inside.

Police arrested the man, and detectives are trying to get a search warrant to look through the car for stolen property.

There was no word on what treats, if any, Zeva was given for her efforts.

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