These two suspects are wanted by the King County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly stealing nearly $1,500 worth of merchandise from the Covington Ulta. Photo courtesy of KCSO.

These two suspects are wanted by the King County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly stealing nearly $1,500 worth of merchandise from the Covington Ulta. Photo courtesy of KCSO.

KCSO search for suspects in Ulta theft

  • Thursday, March 19, 2020 11:29am
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King County Sheriff deputies are using high resolution security camera photos to catch two suspects who allegedly stole thousands of dollars worth of beauty supplies.

At 7 p.m. on Friday, March 13, a male and a female entered the Ulta beauty store in Covington. The female suspect took 20 minutes and grabbed $1,482 worth of merchandise. She put the items in a bag and handed the bag to the male suspect, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office. The two then left the store without paying.

Police obtained high resolution security camera footage that shows both suspects clearly. The male appears to be in his 30s, medium build with a tattoo of a cross on his face. The female suspect is in her 20s to 30s, about 5 feet 10 inches tall with a sticky build and has “jewels” on her canine teeth.

They were associated with a dark colored Volvo sedan parked in front of the store entrance. It looks like a dark blue/black mid-2000’s Volvo S-60.

If anyone has information on who the suspects are please call the King County Sheriff’s Office at 206-296-3311 and reference case C20009600. You can also leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers at

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