According to the Seattle Police Department, a man and a woman were taken into custody on Friday evening after they were accused of repeatedly hitting another guy with a metal pipe and then robbing him.
In the Pioneer Square neighborhood, the police arrived in the 100 block of 2nd Avenue South just after 8:30 p.m., where they discovered the victim with injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening.
Inside an apartment complex, the victim, who is 36 years old, said to the police that he was attacked by a man and a woman who were both familiar to him. Both the man and the woman were known to the victim.
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The suspect, who is 37 years old, is said to have been involved in a dispute with the victim, which led to the suspect punching the victim and hitting him in the head and face with a metal pipe, as reported by the police.
In the moments before the victim lost consciousness, a second woman, aged 36 and also a suspect, is said to have punched him in the face.
The victim stated that when he woke up, he saw that his personal possessions had been taken.
Police were successful in recovering some of the victim’s belongings, as well as the metal pipe that had been used in the crime.
After searching the area for the culprits, the police found them in the immediate vicinity.
The female suspect who was suspected of committing the robbery was apprehended. Following a short foot chase, the male suspect was taken into custody for his role in the heist.
Both of the suspects were arrested and taken into custody at the King County Prison.