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Man and Woman Arrested in Monrovia for Azuza Robbery

Maximilian Delgado and Iztel Tostado
Maximilian Delgado and Iztel Tostado

Man and Woman Arrested in Monrovia for Azuza Robbery

Azusa Police Department Press Release

Incident:

On December 13, 2020, at approximately 10:30 am, Azusa Police Department officers responded to the parking lot of 1240 W. Foothill Blvd. regarding a robbery that had just occurred. During their investigation, officers determined the victims had been robbed at gunpoint. Fortunately, the victims were able to provide descriptions of both suspects and the vehicle used during the robbery. After additional investigation, Azusa Police Detectives, with assistance from Monrovia Police Department Detectives, were able to identify the alleged suspects from the robbery.

On December 17, 2020, Azusa Police Department Detectives along with the Azusa Police Department SWAT Team served a search warrant in the City of Monrovia, where the alleged suspects reside.

Maximilian Delgado (28 years old, Monrovia resident) and Iztel Tostado (26 years old, Monrovia resident) were both taken into custody without incident. Both Delgado and Tostado were charged with robbery and were transported to the Azusa Police Department for booking.

This is an ongoing investigation and anyone with information related to this case is encouraged to contact Detective Mario Corona of the Azusa Police Department at 626-812-3200.

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