Screen Shot 2014-12-03 at 4.26.49 PM Screen Shot 2014-12-03 at 4.25.57 PM Screen Shot 2014-12-03 at 4.25.31 PM The King County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying a serial armed robbery suspect who has struck four motels and one pizza shop in the city of SeaTac since Nov. 15. All of these robberies have happened since Nov. 15 between Midnight and 3 a.m. A white male wearing a mask enters the business displaying a handgun and threatens the clerk to hand over the cash. He is described as a white male with a thin build wearing dark blue sweatpants and a dark blue sweatshirt. He has worn a ski mask in all of the robberies and wears ski-type gloves. In at least a couple of the cases a female accomplice has cased the victim business prior to the robbery either by enquiring if rooms are available or by calling for a shuttle pick up from the airport. Both of these ruses are believed to ensure having just one employee in the business at the time of the robbery. [youtube][/youtube] [youtube][/youtube] The suspects were seen at one robbery leaving in a gray or silver 4-door, possibly a Nissan Sentra or Altima. It is believed the suspects have used vehicles other than this one in commission of the robberies: ch2_2014.11.30_3.45.47.414 ch2_2014.11.30_3.45.47.617 Anyone with information on the identity of the suspects or the owner of the vehicle is asked to call the King County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center at (206) 296.3311.]]>

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  1. The info states that the get away car is a Sentra or Altima. I am pretty sure that it is a 2005-2012 Altima. I used to work at a Nissan dealership, and even though the body style didn’t change for 2005, those hubcaps were new on the 2005 Altima 2.5 S. I think they were carried over when the body style changed in 2007.
    With the picture quality though, it’s hard to see whether its a 3rd generation or 4th generation.

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