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Thieves in car ram Seattle pot store

SEATTLE – Police are searching for four thieves who rammed a Seattle marijuana shop and stole an unknown quantity of goods inside.

KOMO reported that surveillance video shows the four driving their Ford Taurus with a disability plate in northwest Seattle around 3:30 a.m. Friday, then turning and crashing into the front of the Have A Heart store. Four people dressed in dark clothing and blue gloves then race into the store and spent 75 seconds ransacking items off the shelves and tossing them into black bags.

An official with the store said the thieves made off with product but didn’t steal any cash.

The same store chain had suffered a similar type robbery at their Bothell location in December.


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