Gun, motorized bikes utilized in robberies; 2 in custody: LAPD

Police are investigating at the least three armed robberies that occurred in North Hills early Monday and two juveniles are in custody. It’s unclear, nonetheless, if the incidents are associated.

Round 5:40 a.m., Los Angeles law enforcement officials responded to an incident at Noble Avenue and Chase Road.

Three males allegedly stole a pockets and $1,800 in money whereas at the least one was armed with a semiautomatic handgun. They acquired away on motorized bikes, police mentioned.

One other incident occurred at 5:53 a.m. within the 9300 block of Moonbeam Avenue.

Three males allegedly brandished a semi automated weapon and acquired away on motorized bikes throughout the tried theft, police mentioned.

Then, round 5:56 a.m., three males hit an individual with a gun at Burnet Avenue and Roscoe Boulevard. They have been final seen heading south on Burnet.

Los Angeles firefighters responded to the scene to deal with a person in his 50s affected by a head harm, police mentioned.

No less than two of the incidents have been filed beneath the identical report, Officer Madison instructed KTLA, however they continue to be beneath investigation.

Two of the three assailants have been later discovered at Rayen Road and Cedros Avenue, police on the scene instructed KTLA. The juveniles have been positively recognized by two victims.

No additional particulars in regards to the crimes have been launched.

KTLA’s Nancy Fontan contributed to this story.

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