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Timothy Lussier: Manhunt in Snohomish County for accused ‘armed and dangerous’ cop impersonator

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Since earlier this month, Everett police have been looking for convicted felon, Timothy Lussier, in connection with an armed robbery.

Sources say Lussier has been impersonating a police officer, kicking in people’s doors to their homes, tying them up, and robbing them.

Today Detectives with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Directed Patrol Unit obtained information on Lussier’s possible whereabouts and attempted to take him into custody in the Clearview area.


Lussier attempted to elude the deputies and ultimately abandon his car near the area of Elliott Road and Echo Lake Road.

Patrol units secured the area as quickly as possible and called in canine units to attempt to track Lussier, but he got away.

Lussier is known to frequent Marysville and Gold Bar and is considered armed and ‘dangerous.’

If you know where he is, Crime Stoppers will pay you cash for information leading to their arrest. Call 800-222-TIPS to help get these accused copper thieves into custody.

You can also text a tip here.

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