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Los Angeles Police Seeking Man on Subway Robberies and Liquor Store Robberies Crime Spree Caught on Camera

The Los Angeles Police Department is asking for help in identifying and tracking down a suspect in four Subway robberies and three liquor store robberies, based in the San Fernando Valley, that took place over a two-day period on Aug. 6 and Aug. 7.

ID #18-406

Subway Robberies and Liquor Store Robberies Crime Spree

Los Angeles Police Seeking Man on Subway Robberies and Liquor Store Robberies Crime Spree Caught on Camera

One man is alleged to have committed a string of robberies at Subway restaurants and liquor stores, mostly in the San Fernando Valley.

On Aug. 5, 2018, the suspect asked to see a bottle of liquor at a store on the 4000 block of Fulton Avenue. When the clerk handed the suspect the bottle of liquor from behind the counter, the suspect ran out of the store, according to the LAPD.

The next day, the suspect committed five armed robberies in the Hollywood Area, West Hollywood Area and continuing into the San Fernando Valley, per LAPD.

Subway Robbed in Harvard Heights, Koreatown Area[LA] Subway Robbed in Harvard Heights, Koreatown Area
After a string of Subway restaurants, another Subway was robbed Sunday night by two people armed with guns and knives. Christine Kim reports for NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on Sept. 2, 2018.(Published Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018)
On Aug. 7, the suspect returned to the liquor store on Fulton Avenue in Van Nuys and attempted to rob them at gunpoint, and the suspect committed two robberies of Subway restaurants after the liquor store robbery per LAPD.

The LAPD has released surveillance footage of one of the Subway robberies and the two incidents at the liquor store hoping to identify the suspect.

LAPD described the suspect as approximately 5’10”- 5’11” with black hair, 160-170 pounds and 20-25 years of age. The suspect used a semi-automatic hand gun per authorities.

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Per LAPD, dates, times and location of robberies committed by the suspect:

08-06-18 8:00 pm Liquor store 7000 block of Santa Monica Blvd (West Hollywood Area)
08-06-18 8:30 pm Liquor store 1700 block of N. Highland
08-06-18 8:40 pm Subway 8000 block of Laurel Canyon
08-06-18 8:45 pm Liquor store 13000 block of Roscoe Blvd
08-06-18 9:35 pm Subway 4000 block of Laurel Canyon Blvd
08-07-18 5:55 pm Liquor store 4000 block of Fulton Ave
08-07-18 6:00 pm Subway 13000 block of Burbank Blvd
08-07-18 6:30 pm Subway 12000 block of Burbank Blvd

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