CHENEY, Wash. — An employee of a Cheney marijuana shop remains missing after he was abducted at work.
The Spokesman-Review reports 46-year-old Cameron Smith was working at the Lucid Marijuana store early Sunday afternoon when he was abducted at gunpoint after refusing to sell product to two customers.
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.
Cheney Police Captain Richard Beghtol says video surveillance shows a man later walking up to Smith’s car, where he was eating lunch. The man pulled out a gun, fired two shots into the driver’s side window. The male suspect then drove away in Smith’s car with Smith still inside.
Information from: The Spokesman-Review
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