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Taco Time In Downtown Robbed At Gunpoint; Suspect On Loose

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Taco Time on 3rd Ave. was robbed at gunpoint Monday night. Spokane Police did not find the suspect Taco Time on 3rd Ave. was robbed at gunpoint Monday night. Spokane Police did not find the suspect
SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police are looking for the man who robbed the Taco Time on 3rd Avenue in downtown Spokane Monday night. 

Police told our crews on scene that just before 8:00pm, a man wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt walked into the restaurant, went behind the counter and pulled a gun on two employees. The man demanded cash and the employees complied. He fled the scene and police were called. 

Once on scene, police set up a perimeter and attempted to track the suspect using a K-9 unit, however they never found the him. 

Employees told police the robber was white, about 5'5" with a thin build, and had the hoodie partially covering his face.

If you have any information, you are asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233. 
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