Bail set at $500,000 for prolific home burglar arrested at casino, wanted by seven law enforcement agencies

CAPTURE UPDATE September 1, 2015 -- A Snohomish County judge set bail at $500,000 for Jason Mora on Monday, saying "The court does find that Mr. Mora presents a danger to the community and is not likely to appear at future court dates."

FUGITIVE CAPTURED August 31, 2015 -- Jason Mora was arrested by bail recovery agents out of Everett at a casino in Seattle and booked into the Snohomish County Jail on Monday.

FUGITIVE UPDATE August 6, 2015 -- Jason Mora is now wanted by seven law enforcement agencies and just barely escaped getting caught in Auburn on Monday night. New photos below show Mora as he pawned stolen jewelry in West Seattle. The photos give you an idea of how he dresses with the over-sized sunglasses, gold watch and rings in one and the Fedora in the other. He pawned a bunch of gold jewelry including the one with the elephants. Snohomish County detectives are trying to find the owners and are hoping you recognize it.   FUGITIVE WANTED IN SNOHOMISH COUNTY June 12, 2015 -- Snohomish County detectives need your help finding a prolific home burglar who just got out of prison last year and already needs to be locked up again. Surveillance video shows Jason Mora walk into a pawn shop in Snohomish County. He’s been convicted eight times for home burglary and is now wanted for another one in Arlington. "He kicked our victim's door in and in the process he left us a nice little bit of evidence by leaving his cell phone behind.” You gotta love dumb criminals! Detective Glenn DeWitt with the North Snohomish County Property Crimes Unit quickly discovered the phone belonged to Mora. "I took a look into his pawn history and about a week after the burglary up here in Arlington he pawned a ring at the Smokey Point Jewelry and Pawn Shop right in Smokey Point in Arlington. And not just any ring -- but a gorgeous tanzanite and diamond ring valued at $22,000. "I don't think he thought that anyone would ever figure out that ring was stolen.”

Detective DeWitt knew there was no way Mora owned a woman's ring worth that much money so he started checking with other police departments. "It just so happens a Mercer Island detective responded and said ‘Yeah, I think that belongs to my victim.’" Mora, who spent a lot of time pacing nervously back and forth in front of the counter, got $700 buck. Now, he's on the run from the law. "Mr. Mora is on quite a crime spree right now so we'd like to get him into custody to avoid any more burglaries or jewelry being stolen or the like just because he is very active." Mora is 5’6” and 130 pounds. He has scars on his left calf and left forearm as well as bunch of tattoos including a naked woman and cartoon characters on his arm and letters on his neck. Right now he has pending cases for attempting to elude police in Snohomish County with the burglary cases to follow. If you know where to find him, call an anonymous tip into: CRIME STOPPERS: 1-800-222-TIPS You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest. CLICK HERE for information on how to TEXT A TIP to Crime Stoppers.