SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle police have arrested two men in a New Year’s Day robbery that left a gas station clerk with life-threatening injuries.
KING-TV reports that detectives made the arrests Wednesday in separate locations.
Around 9:30 p.m. on New Year’s Day, a customer entered a gas station in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood and found the 65-year-old male attendant unconscious in a pool of blood. Police reviewed surveillance video and could see the clerk being stabbed during the robbery.
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