Everett Police say they don’t believe a robbery last Friday night was an isolated event and are seeking people who may be victims of a woman who distracted drivers while two other men in a white Bronco robbed them. While it may be embarrassing to have been a victim, Everett police want anyone who was robbed on Evergreen Way in south Everett over the past two weeks to please come forward. Here are the details as provided by Everett PD…
On October 19, 2012, a 28-year-old Everett man reported he was parked in the 9000 block of Evergreen Way at a business when a female walked up to his vehicle and started talking with him. While the two talked, a white Ford Bronco pulled in and blocked his car. The male driver walked up the man, pulled out a chrome revolver and demanded “everything you got”. The man handed over his cell phone and cash. The driver returned to the vehicle where a second man, acting as the getaway driver, drove away from the scene while the female walked away. The victim was unharmed.
Everett Police investigated the incident and located the three suspects later that evening in the 9600 block of Evergreen Way. Detectives interviewed the suspects and learned this was not the first robbery. It is believed that within the past week, three to four additional victims were robbed in a similar manner along Evergreen Way. No other robbery has been reported. The three were booked into Snohomish County Jail.
The first suspect was described as a white male, mid-20’s, about 5’-7” to 5’10” and 150 pounds with brown hair. He was wearing a dark hoodie and carried a chrome colored revolver.
The second suspect was a white female, mid-20’s, about 5’6” and 140 pounds with long brown hair.
The third suspect was a white male, early 20’s, about 6-2” thin build with short dark hair.
The suspect vehicle is a full-sized white 1992 Ford Bronco.
We would like anyone with additional information on this case or anyone who was victimized in a similar type crime to call the Everett Police Department TIP LINE at (425) 257-8450 or Detective Barrows at 425-257-8413.