White Center-area serial robber strikes again, KCSO says

Earlier this week, we reported on Wednesday night’s holdup at the 30th/Roxbury 76 station, believed to be the work of a man who had robbed at least two other area businesses. Late last night, according to King County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Patrick McCurdy, a robber believed to be “the same suspect” struck again, this time at Rainbow Mini-Mart, SW 116th and 16th SW (map) – disguised by a hood and bandana, armed with a semi-automatic handgun. No other details so far; we’ll continue to follow up with KCSO.

P.S. As reported here earlier this week, the North Highline Unincorporated Area Council‘s public-safety forum is coming up this Thursday, 7 pm at the Boys and Girls Club’s Joe Thomas Room at Greenbridge (9800 8th SW), and this is likely to be part of the briefing by KCSO reps, just one of the scheduled agenda items – details on the NHUAC website.

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3 Responses to “White Center-area serial robber strikes again, KCSO says”

  1. did anyone get a picture of him or her? any cameras

  2. Good question, but this is all we know. We probably won’t be able to find that out till Monday, but I’m hopeful KCSO will share if they do – they have before – so everyone can be on the lookout.

  3. Were all these WC business owners lured by the City’s excellent gift card giveaway and turn in their self defense weapons? I thought this buyback was supposed to make us safer Seattle? You have a right and a duty as business owners to defend yourself and not let these punks rob you at will.