'Follow-Home' Robbers Steal Cash, Watches From Victims in Valley Village

Armed robbers used the gun to robbery the money

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VALLEY VILLAGE (CNS) - Two men committed what police said they believe is a follow-home robbery before sunrise today in Valley Village, stealing two diamond Rolex watches, an iPhone and at least $2,000 in cash.  

The victims were returning home from a club in Hollywood at approximately 2:45 a.m. and on their way to drop off someone in the 12000 block of Albers Street, near Laurel Canyon Boulevard, when a vehicle with two men pulled in behind them and robbed them at gunpoint, Los Angeles Police Department Officer Drake Madison told City News Service.  

The victims told Fox 11 the robbers pistol-whipped a female passenger.  

``They take everything. They put a gun in my face and said if you don't shut up I'll put a bullet in your head,'' one victim told Fox 11.  

The suspects were described as a Black male between 20 and 25 years old wearing a black jacket and a Black male between 35 and 40 with a beard. Both suspects were wearing gloves, police said.  

Madison said the suspects drove away in a late model white Toyota.

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