Police seek suspect in KeyBank robbery

July 2, 2014

NEW — 2 p.m. July 2, 2014

Police are asking for residents’ help in locating a man who they suspect robbed two local banks, most recently in Issaquah.suspect1

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Local bank hit by armed robbery

April 1, 2013

A suspect claiming to have a gun and demanding money robbed Wells Fargo Bank on March 30.

At 4 p.m., a bank employee received a note by the suspect, which indicated that the suspect had a gun and wanted money. The employee gave an undetermined amount over the counter. The suspect then fled the bank, located at 1190 N. W. Gilman Boulevard, heading westbound.

Responding Issaquah Police Department officers searched the area, but could not locate anyone matching the description.

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Robbery suspect found in Alaska

March 26, 2013

Eleven days after fleeing the scene of a thwarted robbery attempt at an Issaquah Arco station, a female suspect was arrested in Kenai, Alaska.

Task force members of the U.S. Marshal’s Service captured the woman on March 21, according to a release from the Issaquah Police Department. Echo Kaylee Paden, 19, of Issaquah, was charged with first-degree robbery, according to charging papers from the King County Prosecutor’s Office.

contributed This female suspect is shown as photographed by surveillance video during a reported armed robbery March 10 at the Arco am/pm convenience store, 1400 N.W. Sammamish Road.

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This female suspect is shown as photographed by surveillance video during a reported armed robbery March 10 at the Arco am/pm convenience store, 1400 N.W. Sammamish Road.

After the failed robbery, Paden fled Washington state, and efforts to locate and capture her were turned over to the marshals. An arrest warrant was issued by King County Superior Court on March 15.

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Robbery suspect found in Alaska

March 22, 2013

NEW — 8:15 a.m. March 22, 2013

Eleven days after fleeing the scene from a thwarted robbery attempt at an Issaquah Arco station, a female suspect was arrested in Kenai, Alaska.

Task force members of the U.S. Marshal’s Service captured the positively identified female on March 21, according to a release from the Issaquah Police Department.

The woman fled Washington state and efforts to locate and capture her were turned over to the marshals. An arrest warrant was issued by King County Superior Court on March 15.

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