Police seeks information about armed robbery at Subway

Renton Police Department released a video and is seeking public assistance to identify the suspects.

Renton police released a video of an armed robbery that occured on April 16 and is asking the public’s assistance with the case.

According to a Facebook post, two suspects entered a Subway on Northeast 44th Street around 11:30 p.m. and stole about $10 from the tip jar.

The video only captures one of the suspects, but the police is hoping it will help someone recognize the suspect’s mannerisms.

If you have any information regarding this case, contact Detective Sgt. Russ Radke at 425-430-7527 (reference case #17-4864).

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