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Posted on: March 1, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Detectives Seek to Identify Three Males Regarding Suspicious Activity in the East Valley Area

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Detectives Seek to Identify Three Males Regarding Suspicious Activity in the East Valley Area

 

Requesting the Public’s Help, Tips, and Information

 

Spokane Valley Detectives are investigating the report of suspicious activity that is believed to have occurred in late January or early February of this year.  Detectives are attempting to identify three males and locate a possible vehicle involved.  It is believed the males may have information that could help Investigators determine what actually occurred and hold anyone involved in a crime accountable.

 

Detectives would like any information regarding the three males or the vehicle they may have been driving.  At this time, Investigators would like to identify and interview the males to determine what they may know about the incident and who may have been involved.

 

The incident is believed to have occurred on January 31, 2022, or February 4, 2022, between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm, in the area north of E. Wellesley Avenue, between N. Moore Road and N. Sunnyvale Drive.

 

The possible vehicle involved is described as a beat-up, older small and rusty, brown and green car.

 

Male #1 is described as a white male, 18-28 years old, skinny and short in build, with naturally colored orange hair.

 

Male #2 is described as a white male, 18-28 years old, skinny and taller in build, with darker hair.  

 

Male #3 is described as a darker-skinned male, with what was described as an afro, wearing all black clothes.

 

**   One of the males had a tattoo similar to wings on his neck.  **

 

Detectives realize this is extremely vague and limited information.  Still, they are hoping someone will remember seeing the individuals or the vehicle or may have captured something similar on their home surveillance systems during the time frame.  

 

Anyone with information or tips regarding this investigation is asked to call Detective Tom Keys at 509-477-3474, reference #10019731.

 

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