Police: Wanted suspect swiped $1,000 jar of marijuana from Beaverton shop

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Beaverton, OR — Beaverton police are searching for a suspect who swiped a jar of marijuana worth $1,000 from a shop Saturday morning.

Officers responded to Growing ReLeaf on the 4100 block of Southwest 109th Avenue at 11:41 a.m.

Employees said a man grabbed the jar full of marijuana and ran out the front door. A worker confronted the suspect, but police said the employee was threatened and pushed to the ground by the suspect.

A woman was driving the get-away car.

Officers reviewed surveillance video of the theft and identified the suspect as 23-year-old Devonte Gregory Stewart of Portland.

Stewart was already wanted by Beaverton police for a theft at the same shop in February.

The woman driving the car has not been identified yet by officers.

 

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