Two men sought for information about Everett robbery

EVERETT — Police are asking for help finding two men who might have information about Wednesday’s robbery at the Smoke Shack in north Everett.

Detectives are hoping to speak with them, Everett police officer Aaron Snell said Friday. The men may be associated with a silver sedan that was spotted near the holdup.

The robbery happened about 9 a.m. Wednesday. A man armed with a handgun robbed the store in the 1000 block of Broadway.

The clerk complied when the suspect demanded money, but the man took the cash out of the register himself, Snell said. The man also grabbed several lottery tickets before running from the store.

The robber is described as a thin white man who is about 5 feet, 7 inches tall.

At the time of the holdup, he was wearing a black leather jacket, light gray hooded sweatshirt, faded blue jeans, white shoes and a mask concealing his face.

Anyone with information about the robbery can call the Everett Police Department tip line at 425-257-8450.

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