A male was robbed at gunpoint and then struck on the head with the gun. The incident happened at the 1100 block of Kings Road by Santa Monica Boulevard. According to a source, the incident occurred at 10:50 am on Monday.
Lieutenant William Moulder of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station confirmed the following:
“Today, on Kings Road, two males robbed, at gunpoint, another male, taking property and jewelry. One of the male suspects then hit the victim on the head with the gun. The males drove away in a vehicle that had no license plates.”
The male received medical treatment from the Los Angeles Fire. He declined to be taken to the hospital.
According to a source who witnessed the incident, the suspects drove away in a Dark Gray Honda Civic, but that has not been confirmed.
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