ADELANTO, California (VVNG.com) – A security guard who worked in the marijuana factory in Adelant was kept on target while the business was robbed, officials said.
It happened on March 30, 2022, around 9:27 PM, at Big Trip Manufacturing, located at 9938 Rancho Road.
According to the sheriff’s press release, the deputies responded to an ambulance call in which they reported that four black men robbed their jobs with the threat of weapons.
“The suspects got involved in work in the GMC Yukon model from the 90s. When security approached them, they pushed the guard to the ground and held him at gunpoint. The suspects entered the facility and took the product from inside. “All four suspects were armed,” the statement said.
Police said the Yukon was later found abandoned near Hook Blvd and Cobalt Road in Victorville. The vehicle was reported stolen from Victorville.
Descriptions of suspects:
- SUSPECT # 1: Adult black male, approximately 6’5 ”. He was last seen in a black hooded sweatshirt with “Scarface” written in red on the front and a picture of Tony Montana on the back, black tracksuits with pockets in the thigh area, white socks, black shoes and light green gloves.
- SUSPECT # 2: An adult black man wearing red vans with white stripes, a black hooded sweatshirt, a hat, gloves and black shoes.
- SUSPECT # 3: Adult black man dressed in black. The sweatshirt had an inscription on both sleeves, and he wore green gloves.
- SUSPECT # 4: An adult black man wearing a gray hoodie with an unknown white symbol on his left, black tracksuits, black shoes and white gloves.
An investigation is underway and anyone with information is asked to contact Deputy M. Leiker, at Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station 760-552-6800.
Callers can remain anonymous and contact We-Tip at 800-78CRIME or www.wetip.com.
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