Jeremy Hill: Crime Stoppers reward up to $1,000 offered for info on whereabouts of serial car theft suspect

EVERETT- The Snohomish County Auto Theft Task Force (SNOCAT) is asking for the public’s help to locate 34 year-old Jeremy Hill. He is suspected of at least two robberies and four vehicle thefts.   Deputies say on August 9th, Hill and two others stole a Toyota Highlander from the 13200 block of Bothell-Everett Hwy.

“As the driver was walking a donation box over to a bin in the parking lot, Hill hopped in the drivers seat.   The driver’s wife, a 63-year-old female, attempted to stop Hill by opening the door of the vehicle. Hill accelerated and ended up dragging her 18 feet and she sustained multiple injuries,” said Courtney O’Keefe with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office. 

  • On August 8, Hill and a female accomplice are suspected of stealing a Subaru from the 10500 block of Aurora Ave. N in Seattle.
  • On August 13, Hill is suspected of stealing a Ford Explorer from the 19500 block of Hwy 2 in Monroe.
  • On August 15, Hill is suspected of stealing a construction truck from 12400 block of 116th Ave NE in Kirkland. The victim attempted to stop Hill, reaching in the driver side window to grab him. In the struggle, the victim fell and sustained significant injuries and was transported to Harborview Medical Ce

    ‘This guy’s a lowlife scumbag. Let’s help catch him before he steals your vehicle,” said Washington’s Most Wanted host David Rose

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Hill is a convicted felon and has a felony warrant out of Seattle and misdemeanor warrants for possession of vehicle theft tools and 1st degree driving on a suspended license.  In addition, detectives have probable cause to arrest Hill for one count of 1st degree robbery and two counts of theft of motor vehicle.

Hill has ties to the Monroe/Sky Valley area in East Snohomish County.  He is 5’9”, weighs approximately 210 lbs, with brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information about Hill or his whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or use the P3 Tips App on your smart phone. You can also submit information at http://www.P3Tips.com.  There is a cash reward of up to $1,000 offered for information that leads to his arrest.