3 Men Suspected In 2 Armed Robberies In Dixon On Saturday
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DIXON (CBS13) – Police are looking for three men who carried out two separate armed robberies in Dixon on Saturday.
The first incident happened in Northwest Park at 7:22 p.m., according to a Dixon Police Dept. statement. The victim told police that three Hispanic men in their 20s wearing hooded sweatshirts walked up and ordered the victim to hand over personal property at gunpoint. They took the items and ran off.
A few minutes later, a second robbery happened at Pitt School Road and Watson Ranch Way. Three men matching the description of the men in the previous robbery confronted the victim, pulled out a gun and took the victim’s personal property. They left in a four-door sedan.
Neither of the victims were injured.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Dixon Police Department’s Investigations Unit at (707) 678-7070.
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