Greg McCorkle
A home invasion armed robbery of cash and jewelry that happened at an estate sale in the 3400 block of SW Belvedere resulted in a manhunt of the area but the suspect, described as a white male in his 20's in a dark jacket is still at large.

SLIDESHOW: Home invasion in Admiral District; Suspect still at large


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Seattle Police are hunting for an armed robber in the Admiral District. Containment was set up around the area of 38th SW and SW Hinds and canine units have been brought in. The man was described as a white male in his 20′s, 5’10, husky, and wearing black clothing. Streets in the area were closed. The robbery took place during an estate sale.

There were early reports of gunfire during the robbery, but those reports appear to have changed and officers did not find any evidence confirming shots were fired.

The suspect fled through the neighborhood.

Officers stopped a car near California Avenue SW and SW Hanford Street—within a mile of the robbery, and took a possible suspect into custody, but later released him.

Cash and Jewelry were taken in the robbery.

The suspect is still at large but the investigation is continuing.

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