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It’s only been released for a week, but the augmented reality video game “Pokemon Go” is already causing concerns among law enforcement agencies that report seeing an uptick in calls and crimes.

In the latest “Pokemon Go” attack, two men focused on the scavenger hunt-like smartphone game were robbed and carjacked this week in Northern California.

David Wallace and his friend went to Lone Oak Park in Antelope, California after work late Sunday looking to capture a Pokémon, KCRA-TV reported. The friends were playing for about 20 minutes when they were approached by a gunman.

The gunman told the friends, “’If you don’t want to get hurt, give me your phones.’”

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