Attempted Armed Robbery
Posted: Monday, July 15th, 2019, 11:39 pm PDT

Type of Incident Reported: Attempted Armed Robbery
Date/Time of Incident: July 15, 2019, 6pm
Location: Lasuen Street at Campus Drive
Suspect Information:
Suspect 1 (in custody) – Juvenile Black male, 5'4", 110 lbs, 15 years old, wearing a jean shirt with a grey hood and grey sleeves, white pants, and black shoes.
Suspect 2 (in custody) – Juvenile Hispanic male, 5'5", 105 lbs, 15 years old, wearing a black hoodie, grey sweat pants, and black shoes.
Suspect 3 (in custody) – Juvenile Black male, 6', 130lbs, 15 years old, wearing a black zip up hoodie, white undershirt, red sweat pants, black shoes.
Suspect 4 (outstanding) - Juvenile male, approximately 15 years old, wearing a black hoodie; last seen in the City of Palo Alto near Palo Alto High School.

Additional Details: At approximately 6pm on July 15, 2019, 4 juveniles approached an adult male who was walking on Lasuen Street near Campus Dr. One of the juveniles punched the victim in the face and attempted to take property from him. One of the juveniles displayed a firearm at a second male (victim), who was walking in the area and who may have interrupted the robbery. The first victim utilized a blue emergency tower to notify police. The juvenile suspects fled the area on bicycles.

The Stanford Department of Public Safety and the Palo Alto Police Department set up a perimeter and apprehended three of the four suspects near Palo Alto High School. A replica firearm was recovered in the area. The fourth suspect has not been apprehended.

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