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Police link suspect to Stanwood, Poulsbo bank robberies

  • Detectives believe the same man responsible for the Wednesday robbery at the Edmonds Wells Fargo also was behind holdups in Stanwood and Poulsbo.

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    Detectives believe the same man responsible for the Wednesday robbery at the Edmonds Wells Fargo also was behind holdups in Stanwood and Poulsbo.

  • Detectives believe the same man responsible for the Wednesday robbery at the Edmonds Wells Fargo also was behind holdups in Stanwood and Poulsbo.

    Submitted photo

    Detectives believe the same man responsible for the Wednesday robbery at the Edmonds Wells Fargo also was behind holdups in Stanwood and Poulsbo.

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  • Detectives believe the same man responsible for the Wednesday robbery at the Edmonds Wells Fargo also was behind holdups in Stanwood and Poulsbo.

    Submitted photo

    Detectives believe the same man responsible for the Wednesday robbery at the Edmonds Wells Fargo also was behind holdups in Stanwood and Poulsbo.

  • Detectives believe the same man responsible for the Wednesday robbery at the Edmonds Wells Fargo also was behind holdups in Stanwood and Poulsbo.

    Submitted photo

    Detectives believe the same man responsible for the Wednesday robbery at the Edmonds Wells Fargo also was behind holdups in Stanwood and Poulsbo.

EDMONDS -- A man suspected in a robbery Tuesday at Wells Fargo Bank in Edmonds also may be behind holdups in Stanwood and Poulsbo, police said.
The man is described as white and in his 20s. He wears black tape across his nose and uses a black semi-automatic handgun, Edmonds police Sgt. Mike Blackburn said.
Police believe the same robber from Edmonds is the one shown in surveillance footage from holdups May 24 in Stanwood and June 7 in Poulsbo.
Police are asking for help identifying the man. Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or detectives in the cities where the robberies took place.
Story tags » EdmondsCrimePoliceRobbery

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