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* Two suspects may be responsible for a wave of robberies and stabbings that occurred in the same general area of Alameda County

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Authorities believe the same two suspects may be responsible for a wave of robberies and stabbings that occurred in the same general area of unincorporated Alameda County over the weekend, a sheriff’s spokesman said.The first victim was a 14-year-old boy who was attacked around 9:40 p.m. on Friday around the 19000 block of Santa Maria Avenue near Castro Valley High School, Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. J.D. Nelson said.The boy was robbed and then stabbed multiple times. He was taken to the hospital and had to undergo surgery for the wounds, but he survived the attack, Nelson said. The following three incidents occurred over the weekend at the Castro Valley BART station, on 166th Avenue in an unincorporated area of San Leandro and near Meekland Avenue in unincorporated Hayward, Nelson said.”All of the descriptions aren’t exactly the same, but they’resimilar,” Nelson said.Victims described being attacked by two assailants, both light skinned and possibly Hispanic males. They are described as driving a dark-colored sedan.

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