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Armed Carjacking, Robbery Reported in Fox Hills last Sunday

 

January 21, 2021

A carjacking and a robbery were committed within hours of each other in Fox Hills.

Within a 5-hour span last Sunday, Culver City police responded to an armed carjacking and an armed robbery that occurred in Fox Hills.

At approximately 10:47 p.m. on January 17, police officers received a radio call about an armed carjacking that took place at 6221 Bristol Parkway. According to police, the victim was leaning against her car when the suspect walked up to her, pointed a black handgun at her, and said, "Give me everything you have."

The suspect then snatched the victim's phone out of her hand and demanded her car keys. In fear for her life, police said, the victim gave the suspect her car keys and the suspect drove away in the victim's vehicle. The suspect is described as male black, 20-30 years old, 6'0'' tall, thin build and wearing a dark sweat suit. Within minutes, Culver City Officers were able to locate the victim's unoccupied vehicle in the city of Los Angeles.

Four and a half hours earlier last Sunday, the Police Department also received a call of an armed robbery on Green Valley Circle just east of Sepulveda Boulevard.

The victim stated that he was seated on a bus bench when a vehicle occupied by the three men pulled up next to him. According to police, the rear passenger pointed a black handgun at the victim and demanded the victim's jacket and belt. Fearing for his life, the victim handed the suspects his property.

The suspects then drove away northbound on Sepulveda Boulevard and their vehicle is described at grey or beige sedan with an inoperable front right headlight. The suspects are described as follows:

Suspect #1: Male Black, 17-18 years old, wearing a blue jacket, no further description.

Suspect #2: Male Black, 22-24 years old, thin build, ear piercings, black twist style hair, wearing a white shirt, no further description.

Suspect #3: Male, 25 years old, no further description.

Anyone with questions or information related to these crimes is asked to contact the Culver City Police Department's Public Information Officer, Lieutenant Estrada at (310) 253-6316.

 

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