Brazen Burglary in Governor's Office

Duo faces burglary charges after climbing narrow ledge outside Washington governor's office.
1:15 | 06/30/14

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want more information, go to our website abcnews.com. We turn to Washington state. Tonight they face burglary charges. Here's ABC news's Ryan Owens. Reporter: You're watching two young women prowling outside the Washington governor ears office. Police say they climbed inside and sat at his conference table and decided to grab some souvenirs. A native American blanket. A bottle of wine and even this hat on the way out the door. Authorities say the women were captured by ten security cameras. The police say they never saw them come in, throwing loot out the window or making their escape. It should tell Washington we got to tighten up security here. Reporter: Police arrested 22-year-old Emily huntzicker and 29-year-old Rachel Kamiya allegedly finding that hat taken during the break-in and other items in huntzicker's car after she was pulled over for speeding. Tonight both women face burglary charges. Ryan Owens, ABC news, los Angeles.

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