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Spokane Police Look To Public To Help ID Wal-Mart Robbery Suspect

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPT: On 09-24-13 around 11:20am Spokane Police responded to a robbery that occurred at the Wal-Mart at 9212 N. Colton. When loss prevention officers attempted to detain a shoplifter, the suspect displayed a knife, shoved the employee and fled on foot.

The suspect was describes as a: white male, 20-25 years, 5’8’-5’10”, average build with brown hair. He was wearing a red checkered shirt, camouflage-type jacket wrapped around his waist and blue jeans. He was carrying a “Jeep” brand backpack.

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

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