Everett beer shoplifting, assault suspects identified

EVERETT — A tip to a Seattle TV station led Everett police Tuesday to identify three suspects in a Feb. 26 shoplifting incident where a woman was knocked to the ground as the suspects ran out of a grocery store with a case of beer in each hand.

The television station reported the suspects all attend Kamiak High School in Mukilteo.

Everett police Sgt. Robert Goetz said three boys allegedly confessed to a detective. He offered no other details.

The theft was recorded on surveillance video and showed clear images of teens knocking the woman, 74, to the ground.

A fourth suspect hasn’t been interviewed by police.

No arrests were made. Snohomish County prosecutors will determine if charges should be filed.

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