On September 7th at approximately 7:15 p.m., a male walking south on the Chehalis Western Trail just south of Pacific Avenue was robbed. An unknown suspect approached the victim as he texted on his phone and struck him in the side of the face, causing him to drop to the ground. The suspect removed the victim’s wallet and cell phone and fled. The suspect was described as wearing dark clothing, a cap, and had slight facial hair.
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On Wednesday, August 14th, Olympia Police responded to the Home Street Bank, 720 Lilly Road SE for a robbery.
The bank reported that a male entered the bank and threatened employees, demanding money. The suspect then fled on foot.
He is described as a white male, 20 to early 30s, slender, with unshaven facial hair. He wore a partially mesh baseball cap, a hooded sweatshirt with no markings, and Carhartt style cargo pants.
During the morning of August 18th at approx. 2:00 AM, a 64 year old grandmother was babysitting her grandchildren at a residence in south Thurston County when a home invasion robbery occurred. Two armed male suspects entered the home, tied up the victim and removed property and some safes.
On Saturday, April 27th, just before 1:00 a.m., the Jack in the Box in the 8200 block of Martin Way was robbed.
Two males wearing masks and backpacks entered the business and displayed a silver baseball bat and large knife, demanding money. One suspect struck one of the employees with the bat.
The suspects are described as white males in their 20s. One wore a black bandanna over the lower part of his face. One wore a full face ski mask. They both wore black Carhartt type pants and black hooded sweatshirts.
On April 11th at 1:25 p.m., a theft occurred at the Tony’s Jewelers store at 720 Sleater Kinney.
The suspect is a white male, mid 20s, 5-8, 180 lbs, brown hair, wearing a gray zip-up hoodie and baggie dark pants. He had a thin mustache and a facial “tic”, affecting his left eye and lip. After running from the business, he met a light skinned black male and both fled.
Stolen was a man’s ring with five diamonds. This individual is also believed to be responsible for similar thefts at Fred Meyer on April 8th and Zales at Westfield Mall on April 12th.
On Sunday, February 24th, at 8:30 p.m., an armed robbery occurred at the Fast Shop Texaco in the 200 block of Black Lake Blvd SW.
The clerk reported a white male, 5-9, 200 lbs, in a skeleton mask, blue hooded sweatshirt with Abercrombie in white on the arms, came in and displayed a knife. He demanded money and cigarettes.
A possible white Volkswagen Jetta was seen nearby.
Two subjects came into the Zales store at Capital Mall looking at engagement rings. They grabbed two rings from the employee and ran from the store, then got into a black sedan with tinted windows, occupied by two subjects.
The suspects are early to mid 20s black males. One was medium height, heavy build, with scruffy facial hair, possible braces or grill on upper teeth, with a tattoo on his neck in cursive. The second male was thin, with facial hair, and sleeve tattoo on right forearm.