WANTED IN SEATTLE --
Detectives need help identifying a suspect they say entered a Verizon store in Sumner that had been robbed by three suspects on July 30th.
Seattle Police and Bellevue Police arrested two of them, but then on August 30th, detectives say the guy pictured above entered the same store and approached the same employee who was working during the initial robbery. Police say he then proceeded to make vague threats. "Then the guy goes into this story about, ‘Well, you know the snitch in this case is probably going to have to be taken care of,’ said Ret. Det. Myrle Carner with Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound. “So, the clerk's kind of listening and the more the suspect talked, it sounds like he's threatening him and if anything happens, he's going to get injured and finally, the suspect says, ‘You know I have a knife’ and then he taps his back pocket and says, ‘I have a gun.’”
That is felony witness intimidation and left that employee in fear for his life.
Detectives say the suspect appears to be:
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