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Spokane Police Search for Assault Suspects

SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police are investigating a late night fight, which left two victims unconscious.  The two suspects fled prior to police arrival.  Detectives have obtained security photos of the two possible suspects.  Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233.

On February 25, 2012, just after midnight, Spokane Police responded to a fight in the alley behind the Safeway Store, near 4100 N. Regal.  Two men had been assaulted by a male and female suspect.  Both victims received numerous bruises and abrasions; one was transported to a local hospital with multiple facial lacerations.  Both victims claimed to have been rendered unconscious from the force of the assault. 

Witnesses told officers the suspects may be near the Special K Tavern, 3817 N. Market.  Officers found two additional victims at the Special K Tavern.  While these victims did not call police, they provided additional suspect information. 

Witnesses described the first suspect as a white male, 6'0, 160 pounds, bald or short hair, and an eyebrow piercing, wearing jeans and a gray t-shirt.  The second suspect was a Native American female, 21-30 years old, 5'4", 160 pounds, black shoulder length hair with facial tattoos.  The suspects were last seen walking towards the Safeway at 3919 N. Market.  

Detectives reviewed Safeway surveillance video, which had captured images of the possible suspects.  Anyone with any information regarding the identity of the suspects is asked to call Crime Check at 456-2233.

Press Release from Spokane Police Department

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