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May 14, 2012 at 9:07 AM

Three arrested in violent Woodinville robbery this morning

Three men who authorities say broke into a Woodinville home this morning and attacked two residents with baseball bats and guns have been arrested in Monroe.

King County deputies were called to a condominium in the 12700 block of Northeast 170th Place at 2:54 a.m. on a report of a robbery, said sheriff’s Sgt. Rodney Chinnick. Two people in the home told deputies they were struck in the head with a baseball bat; they were not hospitalized.

The three suspects, described as men in their 20s from Sultan, took electronics, cash and drugs from the home, Chinnick said. Deputies believe that at least one of the victims knew the suspects.

“How or what the nature of the relationship is, is being investigated,” Chinnick said.

It’s unclear how the suspects were tracked to Monroe. The suspects were booked into the King County Jail for investigation of robbery.

 

 

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