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RENTON — The King County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who attempted to rob a woman while she was making a deposit at an ATM in the Renton area last Sunday morning.

The victim was at the BECU ATM in the 14400 block of SE Petrovitsky Road making a deposit when she was approached from behind by the suspect, the sheriff’s office said.  The man asked the victim for her PIN and when the victim turned around to face him, he struck her in the head with a collapsible baton.

The man repeated his request for her PIN and struck the woman in the head again with the baton. The woman ran to her vehicle to escape but the man ran after her and broke her driver’s side window with the baton as she was trying to get away in her car.

The man fled in a vehicle described as a flat black BMW, possibly 1990s era, with matching molding and dark tinting on all the windows.

The suspect is described as a white male, in his 20s, 5-foot-8, with light-colored hair, and a thin nose.  He was last seen wearing a black ski mask, black jacket and black gloves.   He was also in possession of a collapsible baton and had some type of holster on his right hip.

If you have any information related to this crime please call the King County Sheriff’s Office at (206) 296-3311 and refer to case number 12-262219.

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  • GrandMasterHud

    This woman should be trained in proper techniques and also carry a concealed weapon. I train my members in total offensive tactics even women are trained equal within my organization in offense NEVER back down NOT in liberal self-defense or defense….I train them to give NO mercy, Give Extreme pain,,,NO rules…..DO NOT feel sorry for criminals who attack put them down with extreme force, pain and no mercy. Our members are trained to survive an extreme violent attack with extreme violent techinques to survive NOT defense or self-defense. If that woman would have been trained properly she could have stuck that baton up where the sun dont shine and make that scumbag into a fudge sickle with no mercy and walked away with our training at Grand Master Hud

  • Hue

    Thanks for the insight Grand Master. Exercise your 2nd Amendment right. Be wary of your surroundings. Take pictures of questionable/suspicious persons and send them to your email or FB.
    Be safe and be aware during these holidays, crooks will be looking to make an easy buck.

    • GrandMasterHud

      Mr. Hue thank you for reply…and your right about exercising your 2nd Amendment rights in this great country our ours.Your comments about taking pictures of criminals and passing them around excellent sir. Always as you say be safe and be aware and extremely alert now on the street and even at home with the extreme violence going on in society…..criminals are looking for the easy buck and things that are free for the taking and your life which means nothing to them sir. They think everything is free in this country and can steal it anytime they want….but nothing is free not even your life or freedom..due to the shortage and high price in rounds being sold I cannot afford any warning shot any longer. Shoot to kill. No Mercy…….I also teach this in my gun course to the public called :Tactical Ballistics – Shoot to Kill", Happy Holidays Mr. Hue, you and your family be safe….come visit anytime…..Grand Master Hud._