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Daly City Police Need ID Robbery Suspects

Daly City Police Need ID Robbery Suspects
Daly City Police Need ID Robbery Suspects

On Monday, 03-11-19 at 5:24 p.m., a 20-year old Daly City resident reported he was standing on the sidewalk at Junipero Serra Boulevard and John Daly Boulevard when three subjects approached him in an angry manner. The victim said one of the suspects grabbed his gold necklace from around his neck and another suspect took his Apple Air Pod from his right ear. 

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The victim said he started punching the suspects, and they punched him back. The victim said the suspects left on foot into the BART parking lot and ran towards the theaters. The victim described the suspects as all being Filipino males—ranging from 16 to 19 years old. Here is a clear photo of one of the suspects. If you have any information, please phone us at (650) 991-8119 and refer to case #19001919.

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