Cheney Police: Kidnapping suspect said to be heading to Yakima

Cheney Police: Kidnapping suspect said to be heading to Yakima

CHENEY, Wash. - A marijuana shop employee is missing after he was abducted while at work.

The Cheney Police Department received reports of gunshots fired around 12:44 p.m. Sunday at the Lucid Marijuana store at 1845 First Street.

Witnesses told police a male suspect entered the store, but didn't have identification so store employees wouldn't sell him product. Then, a female suspect entered the store and was only 18, and was also denied product, The Spokesman-Review reported.

Cheney police officers said employee, 46-year-old Cameron Smith was taken from the area of the store at gunpoint. Detectives said one man and two women were involved in Smith's abduction.

The man looks to have facial and neck tattoos and officials said was the person who fired the shots and drove the victim away. The unidentified suspect said that he was from Yakima and they may be headed in that direction.

The suspect is believed to be driving Smith's vehicle: a Gray 2008 Acura SUV bearing Washington plate BCV4296.

Smith was last seen wearing a Lucid baseball style hat, and a matching shirt.

The women were last seen leaving the scene in a white Ford F-250 Utility pickup unknown license.

Police are cautioning that these people are very dangerous and believed to be armed.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to called the Cheney Police Department dispatch at 509-535-9233.

Information from: The Spokesman-Review,

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