King County sheriff deputies hope an exploding red dye pack may help them track down a man who robbed a credit union at gunpoint in Woodinville on Thursday.
The sheriffs office is asking the publics help in finding the man who robbed the Prevail Credit Union branch shortly before 4 p.m.
Some of the clothing he wore in the robbery may be stained bright red from a dye pack which a witness saw explode in the suspects hands.
Deputies said the robber entered the credit union, jumped the counter, and walked the two tellers to the back vault.
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After getting cash and emptying teller drawers, he jumped back over the counter and fled. Some of the money and other evidence was found behind a business just west of the credit union branch.
The suspect is described as a white male of about 50, 6 feet tall, 220 pounds with blue eyes. He was wearing a gray baseball cap with a dark shirt covering his face.
Investigators provided a photo of the suspect and ask that anyone with information call the King County Sheriffs Office at 206-296-3311.