Robbers strike Raleigh Hills Subway shop
Sheriff's Office seeking help identifying the duo in Monday's crime.
Washington County Sheriff's deputies are searching for two men who robbed a Subway restaurant in Raleigh Hills early Wednesday morning.
Deputies were called to the 24-hour sandwich shop at 10725 S.W. Beaverton Hillsdale Highway shortly after 5 a.m. concerning a robbery.
The clerk reported that two men came into the restaurant, displayed a weapon and demanded the cash in the register. The Sheriff's Office did not specify the weapon.
The clerk, who was not injured, handed over a small amount of money and the suspects fled.
Deputies and a Beaverton Police Department K9 team searched the area without success. There may have been a vehicle used in the getaway, according to Sgt. Bob Ray, spokesman for the Sheriff's Office.
Police are reviewing the store's surveillance video but did not immediately release footage.
At the time, the Portland Police Bureau was investigating a robbery with many similarities that occurred in Southeast Portland about an hour before the Raleigh Hills robbery, but it has not been confirmed that the same people committed that crime.
Both suspects were described as dark-skinned black males, age 16 to 22. One is of medium height and the other is shorter. Both wore dark clothing and had cloths covering their faces.
Detectives asked for anyone with information possibly related to the case to call the office at 503-846-2700.