West Seattle Crime Watch: Police searching for street-robbery suspects

7:51 PM: In North Delridge, police are searching after a report of a street holdup near 28th and Adams (map), per scanner traffic, in the Dragonfly Park area. The victim reported being held up by two people. We don’t have descriptions at this point but are publishing this preliminary information just in case you see the search – for which a K-9 team has been summoned – and wonder what’s going on. Updates when we get them.

10:41 PM: Southwest Precinct Lt. Alan Williams tells us that the suspects are “four teenage males – at least one of whom was wearing a mask. Officers are attempting to get more specific descriptions. No one is in custody.” This is being investigated as an armed robbery, Lt. Williams says, because a gun was reported to have been displayed.

3 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch: Police searching for street-robbery suspects"

  • datamuse February 15, 2013 (9:32 pm)

    We’ve been seeing a chopper down in the eastern Highland Park area and have been wondering if it’s related. Not that far away as the chopper flies, so to speak…

  • Orca February 16, 2013 (6:50 am)

    These idiots may end up very badly hurt.
    There are many people now carrying legal firearms because of this type of incident. They have the absolute right to protect themselves.
    You would be very surprised how many of your fellow West Siders are carrying now, both men and women.
    If they run into one of these people..someone will be hurt.

  • M. February 17, 2013 (6:52 pm)

    You got that right on, Orca.

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