24-year-old felon sought for allegedly stealing man’s concert tickets, cell phone in Seattle

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SEATTLE — A 24-year-old felon is being sought by the authorities for allegedly stealing a man’s concert tickets and cell phone at gunpoint in Seattle earlier this year.

Ray Capone Marshall is wanted by the U.S. Marshals Pacific Northwest Fugitive Apprehension Task Force.

He was identified by viewer tips after the case was featured on Q13 FOX News and WMW in June.

The victim, Roddy Chung, was selling extra tickets to the Paradiso festival at The Gorge Amphitheater on Craigslist. He told the would-be buyer to meet him outside Hotel Deca in Seattle.

When Chung met up with the supposed buyers — a group of four men in a Jeep that allegedly included Marshall — detectives say he was robbed right there on the street.

“This guy immediately steps out of the car, pointing the gun at me and saying, ‘Hey, give me the tickets, don`t (expletive) around, just give me the tickets and give me everything you have,” Chung said.

Surveillance video shows the robber pushing Chung around – while armed with a handgun.

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Detectives say a day after the robbery, Marshall was trying to sell the tickets on his Facebook page, where he'd also posted the photo below of him illegally holding a firearm.


Along with the $75,000 warrant he has for the armed robbery in Seattle, he's also accused of punching a co-worker in the head at the Taco Bell he worked at in Lynnwood.

Marshall’s been convicted of a weapons crime, resisting arrest, criminal trespass, and theft.

He is believed to have fled the state.

But if you know where the U.S. Marshals Pacific Northwest Fugitive Apprehension Task Force can find him, call an anonymous tip into:
You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest.
Click here for information on how to text a tip to Crime Stoppers

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