Armed suspect robs Subway restaurant in Salmon Creek area

VANCOUVER — Deputies from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office are looking for a suspect who was allegedly armed and robbed a Subway restaurant yesterday morning at 910 Tenney Road in Salmon Creek.

The suspect is described as a white male in his 50s, about five-feet, five-inches tall, heavy-set build, wearing a baseball cap, dark jacket and dark pants, carrying a black valise, armed with a handgun.

The pictured suspect was armed and allegedly robbed a Subway restaurant at 910 Tenney Road at 8:16 on Tuesday morning, March 28. The suspect has not yet been found. Photo courtesy of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office
The pictured suspect was armed and allegedly robbed a Subway restaurant at 910 Tenney Road at 8:16 on Tuesday morning, March 28. The suspect has not yet been found. Photo courtesy of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office

At approximately 8:16 a.m. on Tue., March 28, the described suspect entered the Subway restaurant at 910 Tenney Road, displayed a handgun and stole an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect left on foot. A canine tracking dog attempted to track the path of the suspect’s escape.

The suspect was not found.

This information was provided by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

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