Seattle Police acquired a report of a person robbed of his iPhone, pockets and automobile keys by two males who brandished a gun early Monday night within the Beacon Hill neighborhood.
At roughly 07:30 p.m., officers arrived within the 2500 block of South Orcas Avenue and contacted the 51-year-old male sufferer. The sufferer reported two males approached him, the place one brandished a black handgun earlier than eradicating gadgets from his pockets.
The male suspects stole the sufferer’s iPhone, pockets and automobile keys then fled from the placement within the sufferer’s automobile. The stolen automobile was described to be a white Acura sport utility automobile final seen touring westbound on South Orcas Avenue.
Only a couple hours later, officers responded to a theft at gun level that concerned a white sport utility automobile close to the intersection of Renton Avenue South and South Barton Avenue close to the Dunlap neighborhood.
The 19-year-old male sufferer reported three males in a white sport utility automobile drove as much as him and stopped. When two males exited from the automobile, one in every of them pointed a handgun on the sufferer. The sufferer was then punched within the face whereas his headphones had been stolen. Officers provided medical help but it surely was refused on the scene.
The 2 suspects returned to the automobile and all three male suspects left the realm within the automobile final seen heading northbound on Renton Avenue South.
Police looked for the stolen automobile and suspects in each incidents however didn’t find them.
Theft detectives will proceed to research these instances.
When you’ve got any details about these incidents, please contact the SPD Violent Crimes Tip Line at (206) 233-5000.