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(Bellevue, WA)  --  Bellevue, Washington police say they've broken open the largest burglary ring in the city's history.  Authorities say more than three-million dollars in property was stolen by the operation, and Mariners pitching ace Felix Hernandez was one of the victims.  Officers executed two arrests yesterday with help from a SWAT team at a home in West Seattle, and have a total of three suspects in custody.  Investigators say the ring is responsible for at least 123 residential burglaries in Bellevue, Seattle, Medina, Clyde Hill, and Kirkland.

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