FBI on lookout for man who robbed Issaquah bank | The Issaquah Blotter

A weekly compilation of events according to the Issaquah police.

The following information was compiled from city of Issaquah police reports:

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking for a man accused of robbing a bank in Issaquah on July 22.

Bank employees told police that a white man in his late-20s to mid-30s entered the bank demanding money and left with an unknown amount.

The man, who was wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans and a white ball cap, didn’t display any weapons.

He was last seen fleeing on foot from the 700 block of northwest Gilman Boulevard.

Further inquiries can be made to the FBI in Seattle at 206-622-0460.


Hit and run

When police questioned a woman who crashed her car into a light post and fled the scene, she said she didn’t know she was supposed to call police after causing all that damage.

Police arrested her for hit and run, driving with a suspended license and not having car insurance July 19.

She told police she must have fallen asleep at the wheel after staying out late to participate in a prayer meeting. The accident occurred at about 4 a.m.

She didn’t appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

A man was out getting some fast food, when he saw the damaged car parked along Northeast Park Drive. He put two and two together after seeing the damaged light pole and tree at Park and 10th Avenue Northeast and called police.

Police reported that when they found the 1999 Toyota, there was heavy damage to the front, where she struck a tree, and on the driver’s side.

Total damage was estimated at about $8,000.


Four Loko

A teenager was caught trying to steel a can of Four Loko from the Front Street Market. A manager caught him by noticing the bulge in his pants where he hid the alcoholic drink July 25.

After further questioning, police learned the boy had been caught trying to steal just two months prior.

He was released to his parents custody and the case was forwarded to juvenile prosecutors.