Robbery suspects top police blotter

By Shara Wallace

Men arrested in Tukwila
Seattle Police Department and King County Sheriff's office arrested three men believed to be behind several recent robberies in Seattle and King County. Two men attempted to rob a West Seattle convenience store at gunpoint before being scared off by the clerk's "bigger" gun. Two men entered the store and pointed a gun at the clerk. The clerk drew his own gun and the men ran out of the store. They drove away in a white Ford Explorer with a rear bumper held together by duct tape. The next night the Sheriff's office deputies were called to Military Road South in Tukwila after two men stole a woman's purse and cellphone and drove away in a White Ford Explorer with duct tape holding the bumper. The deputies found the Explorer crashed in a nearby ditch and the two suspects near by and arrested them. After the detectives interviewed the men, a third man was also arrested and booked into the King County Jail for robbery.

Car break-ins, vandalism, prowlers and theft
10800 blk 3rd Ave. S., 10400 blk Occidental Ave., 1000 blk S.W. 107th St., 9000 blk 30th Ave. S.W., 600 blk S.W. 107th St., 11400 blk 1st Ave. S., 11000 blk 5th Ave. S., 700 blk S.W. 106th St., 10600 blk 2nd Ave. S.W., 2000 blk S. 132nd St., 12800 blk 24th Ave. S., 15200 blk Military Rd. S., 14900 blk 28th Ln. S., 10100 blk 8th Ave. S., 10700 blk Glen Acres Dr., 12200 blk Ambaum Blvd S., 300 blk S. 177th Pl., 1000 blk S.W. 116th, 900 blk S.W. 154th, 13200 blk 4th Ave. S.W., 12600 blk 9th Ave. S., 12200 blk 28th Ave. S.

Residential burglaries and break-ins
10100 blk 15th Ave. S., 10400 blk 26th Ave. S.W., 10600 blk 2nd Ave. S.W., 2000 blk S.W. 110th, 14200 blk 26th Ln. S., 3000 blk S. 160th St., 3000 blk S. 166th St., 16800 blk 34th Ave. S., 3000 blk S. 164th St., 4000 blk S. 172nd, 17000 blk 32nd Ave. S., 2000 blk S.W. 146th St., 1000 blk S. 130th Pl., 11200 blk 14th Ave. S., 12200 blk 4th Ave. S.W., 12800 blk 1st Ave. S., 12000 blk 14th Ave. S., 15600 blk 19th Ave. S.W., 100 blk S.W. 142nd St.

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