On Thursday, February 13, at approximately 6:20 a.m., a female walked into the Factoria Chevron Brown Carwash convenience store. She approached the clerk and asked for cigarettes. When the clerk turned back to the counter with the cigarettes she saw that the female had dropped a handgun. The female picked up the handgun, which looked like a semi-automatic pistol, and demanded cash from the till.
The clerk complied and the female fled the store with the cigarettes and cash. An exhaustive search of the area was unsuccessful in locating the female suspect. The Bellevue Police Department is asking the public for their assistance in identifying the female or any information leading to her arrest. This female should be considered armed and dangerous.
If you have any information or can identify the above suspect please contact Detective Jerry Johnson at 425-452-2754.
Suspect Description (bulletin with pictures):
Light-skinned adult female in her 20s based on demeanor and voice, about five foot or less, 100 lbs., possibly green eyes. Mature voice (adult) and spoke without noticeable inflection or accent. She was last seen wearing faded blue jeans, dark-colored hooded jacket and gray fingerless gloves with green accents, scarf and dark-colored athletic shoes with light blue or green laces. Weapon used appeared to be a large-framed, semi-auto pistol, dark gray or silver in color.
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