OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Eleven victims turned over money, bank cards and personal items to suspects in three armed robberies in a span of less than a day starting Friday morning in Oakland, police said today.
Eight male victims and one female victim gave up personal items to three suspects in a robbery at about 11:20 a.m. Friday at Eighth and Henry streets near the Place @ Prescott Elementary School.
Police said a gun was involved in the robbery. None of the victims were injured.
At about 10 p.m. Friday a male victim was robbed of $150 by two suspects in the 10500 block of Graffian Street. Police said a gun and a stick were used to carry out the robbery.
The victim told police the robbery left him with some pain.
At about 12:30 a.m. today, a female victim lost cash, bank cards and personal items in an armed robbery in the 8600 block of B Street near the New Highland Academy.
Police said the suspect used a gun in the robbery. The victim was not injured.
As of Saturday, none of the suspects in the three robberies were in custody.
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