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Crime & Communication Go Hand and Hand
If it were not for the LAPD's e-policing program, we would have never known about the below incident near our home. Are you signed up? Maybe you should be.
COMMUNITY ALERT NOTIFICATION LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF FILL IN TEXT HERE [hehehehe]
It is not very often that we have a armed street robbery in Studio City but on Thursday June 7th we had one. At approximately 3:55am the vict was walking on Moorpark towards Coldwater Canyon to catch the bus for work.
The suspect approached the victim on foot, pulled out a handgun, pointing it at the victim's neck and stated, "Give me your F***** money." The victim complied and the suspect fled on foot southbound Coldwater Canyon.
The victim stated he possibly observed the suspect enter an awaiting brown 4dr possibly '87-'89 Chevy Celebrity that quickly fled in the location. The suspect is described at a male white Brown hair, unk[nown] eyes, 505 [height], 160lbs 27-28yrs. He was wearing a white baseball cap, black t-shirt, and plaid shorts.
If anybody has any information regarding this incident please contact me at 818-634-2593.
Senior Lead Officer Studio City
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