Armed robbery at 67th & Greenwood early Friday

by | Feb 20, 2009

From the Seattle Police Department blotter:

On 02/20/09 at 2:40 a.m., an employee of a business in the 6700 block of Greenwood Avenue N. was leaving the bar after closing time. She was carrying the day’s receipts in a bank bag. As she turned to lock up the front door, an unknown suspect grabbed her from behind held something sharp against her neck. He demanded money, but she initially refused to surrender it. The suspect then made a small cut on the victim, and then she surrendered the money. The suspect fled on foot northbound. Containment was set up, and K9-7 attempted a track. The suspect was not apprehended. The victim was not seriously injured. The investigation continues.

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