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Albertsons Robbed On N. Nevada; Look At Surveillance Photos

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPT: On Wednesday at about 9:30 am Spokane Police officers responded to a robbery at the 6520 N Nevada, Albertsons. The suspect walked into the business and confronted an employee at the Customer Service counter.

The suspect had his hand in a black, leather satchel-type bag and stated he had a gun. The suspect ran from the business with an undisclosed amount of cash. A K9 track for the suspect was attempted but he was not located. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233.

SUSPECT DESCRIPTION:

  • White male
  • thin build
  • approximately 40 years of age
  • approximately 6' tall
  • wearing blue jeans, a light grey hooded sweatshirt, blue/navy baseball hat with shoulder length light colored hair
  • This man is believed to be the same suspect who robbed the Java Hut Espresso Stand earlier this week
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