The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is releasing surveillance photographs and asking for help from the public with identifying the three suspects
On Wednesday (Sept. 19) at about 11 p.m., three masked suspects entered Sticky’s Pot Shop, located at 9411 NE Highway 99, Vancouver, and committed an armed robbery. Armed with a handgun, one of the suspects pointed the handgun at employees and demanded property. Following the robbery, the suspects successfully fled on foot.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is releasing surveillance photographs and asking for help from the public with identifying the three suspects.
The investigation remains active, and to ensure the integrity of the investigation, not all information is being disclosed at this time. Six photographs are being released to the public.
Any information relevant to the investigation can be sent to Deputy Ryan Preston at Ryan.Preston@clark.wa.gov.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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