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A Burglar Trapped In An Escape Room Called The Police On Himself
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13 Jul 2018 12:47 AM EST

Rye Daniel Wardlaw allegedly attempted to burglarize a Northwest Escape Experience,
a center for team puzzle games where players work out how to exit a room, in Vancouver, WA.
But his plan hit a snag later on, reports Business Insider.
He couldn't escape the building because he had allegedly damaged the door upon entering.
The burglar called 911 to rescue him, according to the incident report from the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
Wardlaw claimed he was calling because his home was being robbed and gave an address that didn't exist.
When the police arrived, Wardlaw had made his way out of the room and officers found him in the parking lot.
"The sheriff said [Wardlaw] had a burrito and he was settling in to have a breakfast and a beer I guess and then got scared because he couldn't get out. I'm proud to say I'm the only escape room in the Northwest that has a 100% capture rate of criminals."" Rob Bertrand, the business' owner.
Bertrand said Wardlaw took a burrito, beer, cell phone, and TV remote before calling the police on himself.
Wardlaw has been arrested on three charges of burglary and is being held in jail on $40,000 bail.

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