• Police release surveillance photos of man in Kmart shooting threat


    MARYSVILLE, Wash. - Police released surveillance photos Thursday of a man who is wanted for threatening to shoot everyone at a Marysville Kmart.

    The incident began shortly after 6 p.m. at the store at 9623 State Avenue Wednesday when the man threatened to shoot an employee and everyone else in the store.

    She walked away, told a manager, and called police.

     Employees rushed most customers out the front door and others were locked down with employees in a back room.

     Police swarmed the store, searching for the suspect and used a robot with a camera to try to see if he was still inside.

     He was described as white and about 6 feet tall. He was wearing a black bandana on his head and a gray shirt.

     Police said shortly after 7 p.m. the suspect was no longer in the store and was seen on surveillance footage exiting before officers arrived.

     The man is wanted on charges of assault and harassment.

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