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PHOTOS: Spokane Police: Help Us Find These Two Criminals

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPT: On 2-22-14 around 12:40 pm Spokane Police responded to a robbery at Fred Meyer (400 S. Thor). Two shoplifters (a female and a male) threatened to stab store security when security attempted to detain them.

Additionally, when a witness attempted to take pictures of the suspects, the female suspect lunged at the witness with a knife and threatened to stab her and the male threatened to shoot her. The suspects left in silver Dodge Neon.

>>The female suspect is described as a: Hispanic female, late 20’s-30, 5’5”-5’6”, slight build with long dark hair with streaks in it.

>>The male suspect is described as a: white male, 5’11”, bald with a stocky build.

Police are asking that anyone with information about the suspects or who may have witnessed the incident to call Crime Check at 456-2233.

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