Help Needed Identifying Spokane Valley Wal-Mart Robbery Suspect
Spokane Valley Police Department Press Release:
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - On Tuesday morning, July 24, 2012, at about 12:45 a.m., a cashier working at Wal-Mart on East Broadway Avenue in Spokane Valley saw a white male walking towards the exit doors of the store with what appeared to be a large bulge in his sweatshirt.
As the cashier approached the male, he ran towards the exit doors at the west end of the building. The exit doors were locked, so the male turned and ran at the cashier. The suspect head-butted the cashier, continued running and eventually exited the store out a fire exit.
The suspect dropped several stolen items he had concealed under his sweatshirt inside the store. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Jack Rosenthal at 509-220-6424 or at 509-477-3186.
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