Arrests made in case of frozen pizza bandits at Alki Elementary

Seattle police report that at approximately 3:45 AM Monday, an alarm was tripped inside Alki Elementary School, in the 3000 block of 59th Ave SW.

A school security arrived at the school and found the back door to the school’s kitchen had been propped open.

After checking to see if the alarm had been accidentally tripped he discovered all the lights were off inside the building, he exited the building and waited for police.

As he waited three men walked out of the school carrying a frozen pizza.

The school security guard ordered them to stop where they were, and the suspects, aged 18, 19 and 20 waited with the security guard until officers arrived and took the men into custody.

The three suspects said to police that they had been walking around inside the school and planned on going up to the roof of the school to hang out. They did not say what they had in mind for the pizza.

Officers booked all three suspects into the King County Jail for burglary.

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