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Published: Friday, April 6, 2012, 5:54 p.m.

Two arrested after robbery in Everett

EVERETT -- Two men were booked into the Snohomish County Jail for investigation of robbery after a reported holdup in Everett on Thursday evening.
An Everett man said the men pulled up behind him, got out of their car and confronted him with a firearm in the 8100 block of Evergreen Way, according to police.
Police later recovered a BB gun from the suspects' car, court papers said.
The suspects, both 20 and from Everett, were arrested after police traced a license plate number. The suspects also matched physical descriptions provided by the Everett man, according to court papers.
One of the men was said to have a distinct hairstyle with stars cut into his hair behind his left ear. That matched one of the suspects who was arrested, police said.
Story tags » EverettRobbery

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