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LITTLE BOSTON — Kitsap County Sheriff Office detectives recently received information that could help them find a suspect in a Dec. 20, 2005 burglary in which four houses in the 28000 block of Gamble Place were broken into and about $30,000 worth of property was stolen.

DNA recovered from a beer can collected as evidence yielded information that a person of interest in the investigation was at the scene. Voluntary DNA samples were taken from several people of interest during the initial investigation, detectives said.

Detectives are looking for 20-year-old Curtis Kees Napoleon, who is 5’2”, 130 pounds, medium build with black hair and brown eyes. He is now a suspect in the investigation, a warrant for his arrest was issued Aug. 13.

Napoleon’s last known address was in the 5300 block of Boston Lane, and the last vehicle he was seen in was a maroon 1997 Ford Thunderbird with a Washington state license number 066-TVR. His whereabouts are currently unknown.

Detectives are asking anyone with information to call (360) 337-7111.

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