April 23, 2024
A San Diego Police cruiser on the scene of an incident. File picture courtesy OnScene.TV

San Diego Police are investigating 4 comparable armed robberies that occurred over a one-hour interval Saturday evening and Sunday morning involving suspects with comparable descriptions.

The primary occurred at 10:53 p.m. Saturday within the 2700 block of B road involving 4 male juveniles between ages 15 and 17, who entered Golden Hill Liquor, San  Diego police Officer John Buttle stated.

Two had been armed with handguns and two weren’t, he stated. The 2 with handguns ordered the worker to open the register and took money and bottles of Hennessey Cognac. They fled in a dark-colored sedan.

The second occurred at 11:37 p.m. Saturday within the 2600 block of Mission Village Drive, Buttle stated.

Three male suspects entered the shop and two pointed weapons on the worker, then one eliminated money from the register whereas the others took liquor and different merchandise. They fled on foot.

The third occurred at 11:55 p.m. Saturday within the 8600 block of Aero Drive, Buttle stated. One suspect pointed a handgun on the clerk and took cash from the register whereas the opposite two took cigarettes and different gadgets earlier than fleeing on foot.

The fourth was at 12:02 a.m. Sunday within the 8800 block of Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, he stated. The suspect armed with a handgun walked as much as the counter and demanded money from the register. This time the three drove away westbound on Clairemont Mesa Boulevard in a darkish coloured automobile.

The suspects had been described as Black they usually wore face masks in the course of the third theft. One had a handgun and wore a black jacket with crimson sleeves, crimson hoodie and inexperienced or grey pants. One other had a handgun and wore a black hoodie or brown sweater, black or grey pants and grey sneakers. and the third wore a black hoodie, blue denims and black sneakers.

There have been no stories of accidents throughout any of the robberies.