Bonney Lake police searching woods for two suspects in robbery involving machete

The suspects are considered dangerous and citizens should call 911 and not attempt to apprehend the suspects.

Bonney Lake police are presently searching for a suspect in a robbery near Safeway that apparently involved a machete.

K9 officers are presently searching the woods.

Police are looking for two suspects, both described as white males about 18 years old. One is described as having blond hair and wearing red and white Nike shoes. The second is described as a having brown hair, gray basketball shorts and long earrings.

The suspects are considered dangerous and citizens should call 911 and not attempt to apprehend the suspects.

One victim was transported to the hospital for a hand laceration and a possible broken arm.

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