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Vancouver Police Release Composite of Armed Robbery Suspect

The suspect is described as a male Hispanic in his 30's approximately five foot seven, 250 pounds, with a heavy build.

Composite of the suspect in an armed robbery at Quik Cash Payday Loans, 5210 E. Fourth Plain Blvd December 8th.
Composite of the suspect in an armed robbery at Quik Cash Payday Loans, 5210 E. Fourth Plain Blvd December 8th.
Courtesy: Vancouver Police

(VANCOUVER, Wash.) - Vancouver Police responded to an armed robbery at Quik Cash Payday Loans, 5210 E. Fourth Plain Blvd December 8th at approximately 7:20 PM.

Kim Kapp, Vancouver Police Department Public Information Coordinator, says a Quik Cash employee was closing the business when she was contacted by the suspect in the lobby.

"The suspect displayed a handgun and forced the employee into the rear office and demanded she open the safe. The suspect struck the employee in the head before fleeing with an undisclosed amount of money," Kapp said.

The suspect is described as a male Hispanic in his 30's approximately five foot seven, 250 pounds, with a heavy build.

He was wearing a heavy black, puffy jacket, Levis and a black beanie. He also has a noticeably crooked nose as if it had been broken in the past.

Anyone with information on the possible identity of the suspect is asked to call the Vancouver Police Department Tip Line at (360) 487-7399.




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