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Robbery Suspect Leads Spokane Police On Foot Chase, K-9 Helps Track Him Down

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SPOKANE, Wash.- One man is now in custody after running from police in the area of Lindeke and 13th. The K-9 unit successfully tracked the suspect near High Bridge Park and was arrested by Spokane Police officers.

 Around 7 a.m. Saturday, police responded to a call from a man who said he was robbed and assaulted by four men and one woman. After the victim was assaulted, the group of people stole his car and his cell phone.

Police later spotted the stolen vehicle but only one person was inside.  The man noticed police were following him, so he took off, crashed the stolen Toyota, and then got out and ran on foot.

The suspect is now in custody and could be facing a charge of 1st Degree Robbery. His name has not yet been released.

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