CORONA, Calif. – A company operator is credited with stopping a group of armed robbers accused of hoping to kidnap a lady in Corona.
The Corona Police Division responded to a get in touch with in the 700 block of West Sixth Road about 4 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. According to law enforcement, a group of suspects pointed a gun at a woman’s head, robbed her and dragged her towards their getaway car.
The female was in a position to shake the armed suspects off and got absent, Corona PD explained. The proprietor of a nearby small business noticed the suspects push off and determined to observe them.
As the business proprietor followed the suspects on the 91 Freeway, the suspects pointed a gun at the business enterprise proprietor. The suspects pulled more than on the facet of the freeway and ditched the vehicle just as police spotted them.
All three suspects ended up inevitably observed and arrested.
Officers have not released the suspects’ identities.
Prior to their arrests, the suspects had experimented with to burglarize a close by company on West Sixth Road but a bystander terrified off the suspects. It is unknown how substantially income the suspects bought away with prior to focusing on the girl they attempted to kidnap.
Corona PD is serving to with investigations on the suspects’ alleged crime sprees. Bail enhancements of $1 million were being accredited for all three suspects, in accordance to Corona PD.
Police say all 3 suspects are from Los Angeles County. As of Thursday night, it is mysterious if the suspects have criminal histories or were preferred for other crimes.