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Female Attempts To Rob Store With Dishwashing Gloves & A Gun!

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OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE FROM THE BONNER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: On December 11, 2012, at 10:00 p.m. an unidentified female attempted to rob the DJ's Convenience Store on Highway 2 east of Oldtown in Bonner County, Idaho.

The female entered the store alone wearing what appeared to be rubber dishwashing type gloves, and possessed a black colored handgun which she carried in her left hand. She was wearing a dark colored ski mask, had a blond ponytail and four visible "star" tattoos were observed on the sides and back of her neck. 

The female appeared to be between 5'2" and 5'6" weighing between 140 and 180 pounds. She left the store on foot and entered an unknown vehicle and was believed to be driving westbound towards Newport, Washington.

If you have any information regarding the possible identification of this suspect, please contact Bonner County Sheriff's Office Detective Christian Frye at (208) 263-8417 ext. 3021 or at cfrye@bonnerso.org.

 

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