Bonner County Sheriff seeking robbery suspects

If you have any information about the two suspects pictured above, call 911

The Bonner County Sheriff is seeking information about these two individuals:

Karl E. Erickson

Karl E. Erickson

Karl E. Erikson 08/08/1982, 32 year old from Wasilla, Alaska is wanted in connection with the robbery of Horizon Credit Union in Ponderay Idaho on 07/07/2015.

Erikson may be in the company of Alyssa A. Dahlman 09/26/87, 28 year old female also from Alaska. He and Dahlman left the Sagle area, where they were living, in a light gold or silver 2005 Ford F150 four door truck with Alaska plates FTT836.

If you see either of these two please call 9-1-1, Detective Cornelius at 208-255-6534 or Detective Deem at 208-946-6715.

The suspected vehicle.

The suspected vehicle.

Alyssa A. Dahlman.

Alyssa A. Dahlman.

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