Hillsboro Police Arrest Suspect in Armed Robbery That Left Man Shot

A 25-year-old male was detained in connection with an armed robbery and shooting earlier this month.

On August 9 at around 2:30 a.m., a robbery occurred close to Dairy Creek Park, located at 517 Southwest 17th Avenue. According to the police, the victim attempted to flee, but the suspect shot at him, wounding his face.

Witnesses assisted in aiding the victim as the suspect escaped in a car. After receiving treatment, the sufferer was eventually released from a local hospital.

According to the police, detectives used security footage from nearby homes and businesses to identify the perpetrator as Daniel Morales positively.

FOX 12 Oregon confirms the news on its official Twitter account:

On Wednesday, Morales was taken into custody and lodged in the Washington County Jail on suspicion of attempted murder, robbery in the first degree, first-degree assault, and unauthorized firearm use.

Detective Tobby Cook at 503-681-6261 if you know of anyone else who may have been a victim of Morales.

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