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  • A man who’s accused of breaking into an escape room in Washington ended up calling 911 on himself after being unable to find his way out of the building.

    The alleged burglary is said to have happened early in the morning when the Clark County Sheriff’s Office says it responded to Escape Experience, looking for the suspect who broke in. According to CBS affiliate KOIN 6, the man called saying his home was being broken into and gave a fake address.

  • “The sheriff said he had a burrito and he was settling in to have a breakfast and beer I guess and then got scared because he couldn’t get out,” said the owner of the escape room to CBS affiliate KOIN 6.

    The suspect broke through the back door to enter the building, but later couldn’t remember where the door was which he came through.

    So the suspect called police, though he was able to find an escape while he called them.

    Security camera footage shows police moving through the building looking for the suspect. They say they eventually found him elsewhere in the strip mall where the escape room is located.

    “I’m proud to say, I’m the only escape room in the Northwest that has a 100 percent capture rate of criminals,” he said.