Two suspects determined in armed theft of Troutdale Outlet Shopping mall

PORTLAND, Ore. (KPTV) – The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Division has determined two suspects arrested following an armed theft at the Troutdale Outlet Shopping mall.

Deputies say 48-12 months-old Jonathan M. Wright has been booked and billed with tried murder in the very first-degree, theft in the 1st degree and felony elude. The second robbery suspect, 31-calendar year-aged Kayla Rae Davis, has been booked and billed with robbery in the first diploma and felony elude.

Police are nevertheless searching for a third suspect, described as a white woman, very last found sporting a black hooded sweatshirt and grey trousers.

The robbery occurred Tuesday just ahead of 4 p.m. when deputies responded to an armed theft at the Troutdale Outlet Shopping mall. It was documented that 3 persons utilized a gun in a robbery of a retail shop. Deputies later discovered the suspects pointed a gun at a protection guard.

As they had been responding, deputies tried to quit the suspects’ car. The car did not cease and traveled west on I-84. A deputy applied spike strips, which flattened at minimum one particular of the tires. The motor vehicle exited and headed north on Northeast 238th Drive.

Though driving west on Northeast Sandy Boulevard, pictures were being fired from the auto. A bullet strike a deputy’s car on the left side of the grille, proper underneath the driving place. If it would’ve been a couple of toes larger, it would’ve hit the deputy. No deputies were injured.

Deputies reported the suspects’ auto later crashed westbound on NE Sandy Blvd. when it hit a different car. Two suspects have been straight away arrested.

Anybody with data similar to the third suspect’s id or whereabouts, is asked to contact the non-unexpected emergency line at 503-823-3333 or the MCSO Suggestion Line at 503-988-0560. Refer to law enforcement report number 22-15330.