Police in the Spokane County, Washington, city say the man was abducted at gunpoint Sunday afternoon after he refused to sell product to two customers, including an underage woman.
CHENEY, Spokane County — An employee of a Cheney marijuana shop remains missing after he was abducted at work.
The Spokesman-Review says 46-year-old Cameron Smith was working at the Lucid Marijuana store early Sunday afternoon when he was abducted at gunpoint after refusing to sell product to two customers.
Witnesses told police a male suspect entered the store but didn’t have identification, so store employees wouldn’t sell him product. Then a female suspect entered the store and was only 18, and was also denied product.
Cheney Police Capt. Richard Beghtol says video surveillance shows a man later walking up to Smith’s car, where he was eating lunch. The man pulled out a gun, fired two shots into the driver’s side window. The male suspect then drove away in Smith’s car with Smith still inside.
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