East Madison home invasion drug robbery has SPD looking at victims, too

The Seattle Police Department is investigating the circumstance surrounding this week’s home invasion robbery on East Madison where an armed robber and two accomplices made off with “a large amount” of illegal drugs.

According to SPD, responding officers to the Monday night robbery in a home near Madison and 23rd found narcotics at the scene including marijuana and cocaine. Because of the ongoing investigation, SPD will not say how much coke was ripped off by the gunman and his helpers but we have been told that the heist involved a significant amount of narcotics.

There have been no arrests related to the case involving the robbery suspects or the people living in the home.

One of the residents was pistol whipped during the robbery. Another was missing for a short time but turned up later Monday night.

A witness saw three black males running southbound on 24th Ave from Madison around 9:45 PM Monday night — one was wearing a red hoodie, one a dark jacket and one a white “winter” jacket with a blue stripe. The suspect wearing white was also very tall — 6’5″.

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