Suspect sought in robbery at Lynnwood Walmart

LYNNWOOD — Police are asking for help finding a man suspected in a robbery Oct. 26 at the Lynnwood-area Walmart store along 164th Street SW.

The robbery was reported about 2:30 a.m., Snohomish County sheriff’s spokeswoman Shari Ireton said Wednesday.

The suspect approached a clerk and passed her a note. The note said he had a gun and demanded cash, Ireton said. The man then ran away with the money.

He is described as thin, white and in his mid-20s. He was about 150 to 175 pounds and 5-foot-10. He had brown hair and sores on his face.

The suspect wore a dark hoodie-style sweatshirt with “Lake Tahoe” written on the front. He also wore a gray or green bandana around his neck and a fur-lined trapper-style hat.

Anyone with information should call 425-388-3845.

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