KOMO Crime Blotter

Have you seen this suspected armed Walmart shoplifter?

Have you seen this suspected armed Walmart shoplifter?
This man is suspected of pulling a knife on a Spanaway Walmart employee while shoplifting last week. (Courtesy of Crime Stoppers of Tacoma/Pierce County)

The Pierce County Sheriff's Office is looking for the man suspected of pulling a knife on a Walmart employee while shoplifting at the Spanaway store.

Police looking for armed 7-Eleven robber

Police looking for armed 7-Eleven robber
Surveillance footage of the masked man suspected of robbing a Kirkland 7-Eleven last week. (Courtesy of Kirkland Police Department)

The Kirkland Police Department is looking for the man suspected of robbing a local 7-Eleven last Friday.

Charges: Employee rips off Walmart due to debt, lack of hours

A Walmart cashier charged with stealing more than $2,000 from the store's register over the course of a month told detectives he had a lot of debt and Walmart was not giving him enough hours to make ends meet, according to charging documents filed Wednesday with the Pierce County Superior Court.

FBI: 'Rabid Fan Bandit' loves sports, robbing banks

FBI: 'Rabid Fan Bandit' loves sports, robbing banks
Suspect known as the "Rabid Fan Bandit." (Courtesy of FBI)

The Seattle Safe Streets Task Force is looking for a man who's as passionate about showing support for his favorite sports teams as he is for robbing banks, according to the FBI.

Police: Arrested woman set fire to her own home

Police: Arrested woman set fire to her own home
Firefighters respond to a fire late Tuesday night in West Seattle. A female resident was later arrested for investigation of arson.

A West Seattle resident was arrested early Wednesday morning for investigation of arson after setting fire to her own home, according to the Seattle Police Department.

Have you seen these suspected credit card scammers?

Have you seen these suspected credit card scammers?
These men are suspected of using a cloned credit card to buy $25,000 in Target gift cards. (Courtesy of Crime Stoppers of Tacoma/Pierce County)

The Tacoma Police Department is looking for two men suspected of using a cloned credit card to buy more than $25,000 worth of Target gift cards.