Police searching for armed suspects who robbed 7-Eleven in Federal Way

The 7-Eleven robbery on Sunday morning was similar to the one that occurred at the same store last Sunday morning.

Broad daylight and two suspects who got away.

It was the same scenario of the robbery that occurred at a 7-Eleven in Federal Way for the second consecutive Sunday.

Police responded to the most recent robbery at 11 a.m. at 104 SW 312th St. Two male suspects had entered the business, robbed an employee at gunpoint, then fled on foot, according to Federal Way police Cmdr. Kurt Schwan.

Police could not locate the suspects through a K-9 track.

There were no reported injuries.

This robbery was similar to the one that occurred at the same 7-Eleven last Sunday. Two men had entered the store around 10 a.m. and robbed a store employee of an undetermined amount of merchandise before fleeing the scene.

The Mirror will update this story when more information becomes available.

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