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Suspect sought in robbery at Lynnwood restaurant

  • Police are asking for help identifying the man who robbed a Lynnwood Jack In The Box on Tuesday night.

    Lynnwood police

    Police are asking for help identifying the man who robbed a Lynnwood Jack In The Box on Tuesday night.

  • Police are asking for help identifying the man who robbed a Lynnwood Jack In The Box on Tuesday night.

    Lynnwood police

    Police are asking for help identifying the man who robbed a Lynnwood Jack In The Box on Tuesday night.

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  • Police are asking for help identifying the man who robbed a Lynnwood Jack In The Box on Tuesday night.

    Lynnwood police

    Police are asking for help identifying the man who robbed a Lynnwood Jack In The Box on Tuesday night.

  • Police are asking for help identifying the man who robbed a Lynnwood Jack In The Box on Tuesday night.

    Lynnwood police

    Police are asking for help identifying the man who robbed a Lynnwood Jack In The Box on Tuesday night.

LYNNWOOD -- Police are looking for the culprit behind an armed robbery Tuesday night at a Lynnwood Jack In The Box.
The robbery happened just before 10 p.m. at the restaurant in the 17200 block of Highway 99. There were three employees and a customer inside at the time.
The robber leveled a handgun at them and demanded cash, Lynnwood police spokeswoman Shannon Sessions said.
The man then ran away with the money. No injuries were reported.
He is described as black with a bald or shaved head. He appeared to be in his mid-30s, about 6 feet tall and 200 pounds.
Anyone with information should call detectives at 425-670-5669.
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