Two “hispanic” illegal Mexicans Rob Plaid Pantry with Knives in Aloha Oregon( scroll to the bottom and see how KGW suppressed the info that they were hispanic which means illegal mexican.This is how the mainstream media hides the cost of illegal aliens in oregon and why I post these crime stories)
( the wetbacks need more gardening jobs with Hortus and HK & T landscaping!They are also getting smarter and covering their faces. Instead of Self-deporting, Illegal mexicans are turning Welfare and Crime)
This is tom potter’s and Harry Reids, and Senator’s Wydens legacy. They encourage illegal aliens to stay in Oregon . They need to talk to the FBI, who say that 80 percent of gangs are mexican and that the Gangs follow in the path of migrant workers.
Two Men illegal Mexicans Flee after Robbing Aloha Plaid Pantry at Knifepoint
Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office – 01/31/09
Summary of Event: Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to Plaid Pantry concerning an armed robbery. The two suspects illegal alien mexicans fled on foot and have not been apprehended. The clerk was threatened with a knife. There were no injuries.Details of Event: On January 31, 2009, at 4:20 AM, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the Plaid Pantry convenience store, at SW 170th Avenue and SW Shaw Street in Aloha, after receiving a report of two men who robbed the clerk at knifepoint. This area is in the Enhanced Sheriff’s Patrol District (ESPD).The initial information revealed that two males, one possibly Hispanic, displayed a knife and demanded money from the cashier. The two men had their faces covered. The cashier told deputies one of the men threatened him with a knife while they took the money from the cash register. The total cash taken was $30.00. The cashier was not injured. After robbing the business, the suspects fled northbound on foot.
Multiple Sheriff’s Deputies immediately responded to the area while an in depth interview of the victim was conducted. A Hillsboro Police K9 and handler were called in to assist with the search. The K9 tracked the suspects north from the store to the area of SW 170th Avenue and SW Alexander Street. The intense search for the suspects was unsuccessful. Deputies began canvassing the area, searching for any information or evidence that would assist in the apprehension of the suspects.There was surveillance video of the incident, which is being analyzed in an effort to identify the persons responsible for the robbery. The investigation is continuing with assistance from Washington County Detectives and Forensics. The Sheriff’s Office asks that if anyone has any information about this case to please call Washington County Sheriff’s Office Detectives at 503-846-2500
The suspects are descriptions are:
• Possibly Hispanic males
• Early to mid 20s
• Dark clothing with hoodie type jackets
There are no photographs available at this time
Police were searching for two men who robbed a Plaid Pantry in Aloha early Saturday morning but only got away with thirty dollars from the register.
Around 4:30 a.m. Saturday Washington County Sheriff’s deputies were called to the Plaid Pantry at SW 170th Avenue and SW Shaw Street in Aloha.
The store clerk told deputies that two men with their faces covered had entered the store and threatened him with a knife.
The thieves took thirty dollars from the register before fleeing the store on foot.
The store clerk was not hurt.
A K-9 search team was called in to look for the two men but could not locate them.