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Attempted robbery at U.S. 2 marijuana dispensary

Marijuana suspect photo 1

The robber's face mask fell down during the robbery, per these surveillance video still shots provided by the store owner

MONROE - An attempted armed robbery Saturday, March 29 at the medical marijuana dispensary on U.S. 2 between Snohomish and Monroe yielded some clues, but the robber left empty-handed.
While no new leads have surfaced on the robbery at the Have a Heart CC North medical marijuana facility three miles west of Monroe, they did get a clear face photo of him.
A man with a face mask broke through the store’s window of before the store opened and held three dispensary employees at gunpoint.
While initial reports stated that witnesses believed the suspect stole at least $15,000 worth of marijuana before hightailing the scene, company owner Ryan Kunkel said that is not the case.
“He didn’t get anything,” Kunkel said. “He left it (the $15,000 worth of medicinal marijuana) in a duffel bag in the back of the store.”
Sheriff’s deputies searched the area for several hours but were unable to locate the suspect, described as a blond-haired male with a medium build in his 20s who stands at 5-foot-10-inches. He was wearing a face mask, a beanie hat, and a black sweater during the armed robbery.
“His mask actually came down during the robbery, and we got a photo of him,” Kunkel said.
The suspect is still at large.
No one was injured during the incident.
Have a Heart CC is a Seattle-based medical marijuana dispensary company with Seattle locations in North Seattle, the University District and Fremont. Have a Heart opened its U.S. 2 location last year.
If anyone has any information regarding the incident, they are encouraged to call the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office’s tip line at 425-388-3845.


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