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Dijon Cooper and Nye Lee Listed as Persons of Interest in Alleged Robbery Spree

Dijon Cooper and Nye Lee Listed as Persons of Interest in Robbery Spree

Police are searching for two men suspected in a series of 13 alleged armed robberies that occurred in November in Los Angeles and Culver City, officials said.

ID #18-541 and ID #18-542 Dijon Cooper and Nye Lee

Dijon Cooper and Nye Lee Listed as Persons of Interest in Alleged Robbery Spree

ID #18-541 and ID #18-542

Dijon Cooper, 21, and Nye Lee, 31, pictured in photos released by the Los Angeles Police Department on Dec. 1, 2018.

The two men, Dijon Cooper, 21, and Nye Lee, 31, reportedly robbed people on the street at gunpoint. They would ride up in their car and exit to snatch victim’s wallets, jewelry and cellphones, officials with the Los Angeles Police Department said in a press release.

One man was armed with a black revolver. Both men claimed gang affiliation. They drove a white, late-model four-door Toyota Camry with paper plates, possibly with the word “Glendale.”

The robberies took place between Nov. 6 and Nov. 30, many in the Baldwin Village, Crenshaw and Mid City neighborhoods.

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