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FIRST ON KHQ: Armed Robbery At Espresso Stand In Northwest Spokane

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Jitterz Java was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday night northwest Spokane Jitterz Java was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday night northwest Spokane
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It happened just after 6:30pm at a stand in the 2100 block of W. Northwest Blvd. Police say a man wearing dark clothing with a mask covering his face walked up to the stand, pulled out a gun and demanded money. The barista working gave the man money and he ran off. 

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Lt. Sprague with the Spokane Police Department said the suspect was white, and about six feet tall. Officers are looking at the possibility that this robbery is related to another espresso stand robbery that happened Monday morning in the same area. 

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