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SWAT UPDATE: Eighth Suspect Identified In Take-Over Style Robberies

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24 Year Old Avery Loring is wanted in connection to violent armed robberies 24 Year Old Avery Loring is wanted in connection to violent armed robberies
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SPOKANE, Wash. - The SWAT team was called to the Rosewood Club Apartments in the 400 Block of E. Magnesium near Division Friday afternoon in an attempt to arrest an eighth suspect in recent armed robberies.

Police were attempting to arrest an eighth suspect in the take-over style robberies that have plagued Spokane in the past few weeks. Police identified that suspect as Avery Loring, 24. Due to the fact that the suspect is wanted in connection to armed robberies, police called in the SWAT team to execute the arrest warrant. Upon entering the apartment, police found Loring was not home.

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