SeaTac, Wash. - Deputies with the King County Sheriff’s Department are searching for a vehicle they say suspects used to flee the scene of a violent robbery Saturday night.
Deputies said a customer showed up at Bob's Burgers and teriyakis, located just south of Angle Lake in SeaTac, around 9 p.m. and saw multiple people on the floor tied up and two men fleeing the scene.
Arriving officers found multiple people, both employees and customers, tied up inside the restaurant, officials said.
Deputies said the victims reported being robbed by at least two men wearing masks and said one of them was armed with a handgun.
“After tying up the people inside the store, the victims say the suspects demanded money from them and sexually assaulted two of the female customers,” deputies wrote in a news release.
Deputies said the suspects fled in a brown 2005 Ford F-150 pickup with Washington plate C78292P.
The truck is lifted and has chrome rims and large tires, deputies said.
Anyone who sees the truck and/or who has information on the suspects is asked to call 911 immediately.
Deputies said the suspects are considered armed and dangerous.
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