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Marysville Police investigating armed robbery of Tulalip woman

TULALIP — Marysville police are investigating the armed robbery of a 25-year-old Tulalip woman that occurred on the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 1.

At around 8:30 p.m., the woman, who requires the use of a wheelchair, was putting the chair into her vehicle when she was approached by a male suspect who pointed a handgun at her and demanded money. She told the suspect she had no money. The suspect observed her purse sitting on the front seat, grabbed it and ran. The victim was knocked to the ground during the robbery but was not injured as a result. Her two young children were in the vehicle during the robbery.

As the suspect began to run away, he was joined by a second unknown suspect.

With the assistance of a Snohomish County K9 team, officers were able to track the suspects for a short time but eventually lost the scent and were unable to locate them.

The first suspect concealed his face below the nose during the robbery. He was described as a white male, about 5 feet, 7 inches tall and 150 pounds. He was wearing blue jeans and a black hooded sweatshirt. He had facial acne and it appeared he had a shaved head. The second suspect was also male, wearing blue jeans and a black sweatshirt.

The Marysville Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying the suspects responsible for this crime. Anyone who may have information is asked to call detectives at 360-363-8326.

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