GEORGE, Wash.--Grant County detectives were asking for the public’s help on Monday to find four men who robbed Sandoval’s Market in George. The robbery happened on February 13, 2014.
Detectives said all four of the men were described as young and Hispanic. They said all of the men were armed with handguns.
The Grant County Sheriff’s Office said the four gunmen entered the store, forced the two store clerks to hand over the store’s cash and then tied them up. A customer who entered the store during the robbery was also tied up.
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The detectives said all four men spoke primarily English and only a little in Spanish but they all seemed to understand Spanish.
One of the men was wearing a gray sweater vest. He was described as 5’6” to 5’7”, thin and around 20-years-old.
Another man was wearing a black zip-up sweatshirt. Detectives said he was described as 5’6” and big and chunky.
One of the other suspects was wearing a black Nike hooded sweatshirt. The fourth suspect was wearing a black San Francisco 49ers jacket.
Anyone with possible information was asked to call the Grant County Sheriff’s Office at (509) 762-1160.