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OLYMPIA, Wash. -- The Washington State Patrol has released security video from the governor's office that shows two women who are accused of breaking into Gov. Jay Inslee's office at the state Capitol walking through the lobby and other areas and taking items.

The video, released Friday through a public records request by The Associated Press, shows the women walking through the lobby of the office, and one woman picking up a trooper hat and putting in on her head.

Another portion of video shows the two women returning to their car parked on the Capitol campus. The women were ultimately arrested.

Patrol spokesman Bob Calkins said the two shimmied up a ledge at about 7 p.m., when it was still light outside, and entered through a second-floor open window June 15

Calkins said that they took a Squaxin Island Tribe blanket, a Native American mask, a bottle of wine and a ceremonial state patrol hat, and other items, including a framed photo of Inslee and retired basketball star Magic Johnson.

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