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Subway In Shadle Park Shopping Center Robbed At Gunpoint

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One night after a Subway was robbed on N. Nevada, Spokane Police are searching for the man who robbed the Subway in the Shadle Park Shopping Center Wednesday night. One night after a Subway was robbed on N. Nevada, Spokane Police are searching for the man who robbed the Subway in the Shadle Park Shopping Center Wednesday night.
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SPOKANE, Wash. - One night after a Subway was robbed on N. Nevada, Spokane Police are searching for the man who robbed the Subway in the Shadle Park Shopping Center Wednesday night. 

It happened around 8:00pm when the suspect walked in as two employees were cleaning up, pulled a bandana over his face, pulled out his gun and demanded money. The employees gave him cash and he from the store westbound on foot. 

Police say he was white, 5'6", 160 pounds, wearing a black and red jacket with red sleeves and a black beanie. 

A K-9 Unit arrived on scene to track the suspect, but was unsuccessful.

Anyone with any information is asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233. 
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