Robbers crash truck through Costco store, fire shots inside
Posted on Monday, August 3rd, 2020 at 4:53 pm
ISSAQUAH, WA – Issaquah authorities are investigating an incident in which a truck crashed through the front of a Costco store Sunday and the three people inside the truck began shooting into the store.
KOMO News reported that no Costco store employees were injured or held at gunpoint, though one employee was told to leave by one of the suspects. No shots were fired directly at the employees.
The truck crashed into the store around 6:30 a.m. Sunday. Police say the suspects’ bullets struck a jewelry case and some items were stolen, but it is not clear what those items are.
Police are still investigating this incident and are currently searching for the suspects, who were all wearing dark clothing.
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