Burger King, 7-Eleven, Shell station all affected, police say – East Bay Times

FREMONT – Police say they arrested two men over the weekend on suspicion of three thefts in less than an hour.

At approximately 8:45 p.m. on August 21, Fremont Police Patrol officers responded to a report of a theft at the 7-Eleven store at 35015 Fremont Blvd., at the intersection of Decoto Road.

According to a police department statement on Tuesday, the store clerk told officers that a man “produced a handgun and asked him to open the cash register.” The man escaped with money and other items from the store.

About 45 minutes later, about 10 miles away in the Warm Springs neighborhood, police received a 911 call from someone at the Burger King located at 46700 Mission Blvd., reporting a theft.

Police said an employee described a man who pointed a handgun at him and demanded money from the cash register. A witness gave officers a description of a car that left the area at high speed, and Fremont Police shared the description of the car with other nearby law enforcement agencies.

At approximately 9:37 p.m., police said a third theft was reported at a Shell gas station at 42816 Mission Blvd. Officers who responded to the theft report “promptly confirmed the suspect’s description, verifying that it matched the theft” of the 7-Eleven, police said.

At 9:45 p.m., police said officers located the car as described to them near the intersection of Appian Lane and Mission Boulevard. Police said one of the suspects entered Bob’s Discount Liquors at 101 Appian Way, while the second suspect stayed with the car.

With the help of Union City Police, officers established a perimeter around the business and were able to arrest the men, an 18-year-old man and a 32-year-old man, both from Hayward, on suspicion of theft. qualified and were incarcerated The prison of Santa Rita.

Alameda County records show the two were still in Santa Rita Jail Tuesday afternoon, each being held on $ 100,000 bond.

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