Detectives arrest three in Fremont restaurant robbery

On April 15th at approximately 2:00 a.m., a takeover robbery occurred in a restaurant in the 400 Block of North 35th Street.  The night manager was closing for the night when three suspects, two males and a female, entered the business.  They were all wearing bandanas over their faces, baggy sweatshirts, and one was armed with a handgun.  The suspects forced the manager into the back office area, where the suspects proceeded to rob the restaurant after tying up the manager.  The suspects then fled and the manager was able to call 911.  Patrol officers and robbery detectives responded to the location and processed the scene.

On April 29th, detectives were able to track down one of the suspects and arrest him in the University District.  The  29 -year old suspect was interviewed by detectives, and they developed information about the suspect’s accomplices.  The other two suspects, a 22 -year old male and a 16-year old female were located and arrested.  The two adult males were booked into the King County Jail for Investigation of Robbery.  The juvenile female was interviewed and released to the custody of her mother.