2 Suspected in Armed Robberies of San Fernando Valley Doughnut Shops Are in Custody, Police Say

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Surveillance video shows an armed robber at a doughnut shop in Woodland Hills.

Surveillance video shows an armed robber at a doughnut shop in Woodland Hills.

Two men suspected in several armed robberies of doughnut shops and small businesses in the San Fernando Valley are already in custody, police confirmed Tuesday.

Antonio Sabrian, of Sun Valley, and a male juvenile were both arrested on June 21 in connection with the series of robberies, at least one of which was recorded on surveillance video.

In that June 13 robbery, two people are seen walking into a shop and taking cash from a register. At least one of them is holding what appears to be a gun.

Two more doughnut shops were robbed at gunpoint that same night, the Los Angeles Police Department stated shortly after the robberies.

Authorities believe Sabrian and his accomplice robbed a total of at least four businesses in Chatsworth, Woodland Hills and Sylmar before they were arrested.

Sabrian and the juvenile have been charged with multiple armed robbery counts, Officer Mike Lopez said Tuesday.

There are no outstanding suspects in the case, Lopez said.

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