UPDATE: Police search for getaway car after Seattle University student robbed at gunpoint

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Seattle University

SEATTLE — Police have updated the description of a getaway car reportedly used after two men robbed a Seattle University student at gunpoint.

Officials said the student was robbed at gunpoint as he was leaving the campus gym Monday night.

The victim, a 25-year-old man, told police two men approached him in the 500 block of 14th Ave around 9:00pm.  One man ordered the student to hand over his phone and wallet as the other man held a gun to his head.

Police said the student gave them his iPhone and then they ran to a gold Ford Crown Victoria with pushbars and drove away.

“One suspect was described as a black male in his late teens or early 20s wearing dark gray sweat pants and a light gray hoodie,” wrote Seattle Police’s Andrew Garber on the SPD blotter.  “The second suspect was a black male, around 15 years old, wearing a white shirt and red basketball shorts.”

Police are asking anyone with information to call 206.684.5561.

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1 Comment

  • Kenneth Briggs

    so if it was a ex cop car, should be a little easier to find if both were dumb stupid teens that wanted to be big boys then treat them as big boys a few years in prison and where did they get the gun . add a few years for the gun

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