Sheriff: Armed Robber Brings Daughter, 9, Along to Hold Up Washington Convenience Store

A Washington state convenience store robbery suspect brought his 9-year-old daughter along while he committed the crime, the local sheriff said.

Robert Daniel Webb, identified as the suspect by Kittitas County detectives using store security video, pulled a gun on a clerk at the Ellensburg AM-PM while a girl in a pink coat watched.

The child is named as Webb's daughter, Meadow.

The renegade dad fled with about $200 and his little girl, driving east on I-90, according to the sheriff's office.

He and Meadow are believed to be traveling in a 2008 silver Toyota Corolla, Washington license 602-XQG.

Webb was last seen Tuesday evening in Yakima.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.