Help sought in identifying Lake Stevens robbery suspect

LAKE STEVENS — Police are asking for help identifying a man who robbed a Lake Stevens sandwich shop last week.

The robbery was reported about 8:35 p.m. Thursday at the Quiznos along 95th Drive NE, just south of Market Place.

The man entered the restaurant, brandished a knife and demanded cash, according to police. He ran away southbound. Surveillance video appears to show the same man hanging out in the parking lot for about an hour before the robbery.

The robber was described as white and about 6-foot, with a medium build. He wore a black-and-gray jacket, a black hoodie-style sweatshirt, blue jeans and black shoes. He wore a gray scarf on his face.

No one was hurt in the robbery.

Detectives urge anyone with information to call 425-377-3214.

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