One of two suspects in an attempted burglary at the Chevron station in Interbay early Monday morning remains at large, but Seattle Police did manage to catch the other one twice.

King County Judge Mark Chow found probable cause on Tuesday to detain 21-year-old Christian Caswell for second-degree attempted malicious mischief and third-degree escape.

According to a police report, Seattle Police Officer David Kim was in a parking lot near the Chevron, in the 1800 block of 15th Avenue West, around 1 a.m. on Oct. 7 when he saw Caswell and another suspect attempting to break the glass door to the station. The report states there had been recent unsolved burglaries at the business.

A back-up officer was requested before Kim approached the suspects with the overhead lights of his patrol car flashing, the report states.

Both suspects reportedly fled southbound, and Caswell was taken into custody a block away from the gas station.

Kim writes that he left Caswell handcuffed in the passenger seat of his patrol car with his backup, so he could search for the second suspect. It was at this point that Caswell allegedly ran away.

He was then detained again.

Caswell’s bond was set at $5,000 — the King County Prosecutor’s Office requested $10,000 — and he was still in King County Jail on Oct. 8. He will have a second court appearance on Wednesday.