Sheriff's seek masked woman who robbed AM/PM in Grand Mound

Staff writerDecember 5, 2013 

Sheriff's deputies are seeking a masked woman who robbed the AM/PM store in Grand Mound at 11:30 p.m Wednesday night.

The suspect entered the store with a multi-colored scarf covering her face and ordered the clerk to put all of the money in a bag. The suspect threatened to shoot the clerk, and though a firearm was not displayed, the suspect implied she had a handgun in her pocket.

The suspect fled the store with an unspecified amount of money and got in a dark-colored mid-size sedan on Old Highway 99, driving south from the scene.

The suspect is described as a white woman, about five-feet, seven-inches tall weighing about 120 pounds. She had light-colored hair pulled up in a ponytail. She wore a dark-colored baseball hat with light-colored trim. She was wearing a dark-colored waist-length jacket, blue jeans and white shoes. She also wore a scarf that covered her face during the robbery.

The suspect's vehicle is believed to be a black 2000 to 2004 Chevy Impala with a spoiler attached to the trunk lid.

Anyone with information about the robbery should call Thurston County dispatch at 360-704-2749, or the Thurston County Sheriff's detectives division at 360-786-5530.

Jeremy Pawloski: 360-754-5445

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