Police Look for Connections in 6 Pedestrian Robberies

At least two of the robberies were armed

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    Police are seeking at least three suspects in connection with six pedestrian robberies Sunday night. NBC 7's Nicole Gomez reports. (Published Monday, Feb 3, 2014)

    San Diego police are investigating possible connections between six pedestrian robberies across the city Sunday night. 

    Beginning at 6:55 p.m., one person reported being robbed in the 4900 block of Newport Ave. in Ocean Beach. 
    Soon after, other robberies popped up at Kettner Blvd. and Sassafras St. near Lindbergh Field, the 500 block of S. 30th St. in Logan Heights, 1st Ave. and Washington St. in Hillcrest, and E St. and 26th St. in Golden Hill. 
    The last robbery was reported around 10:46 p.m. in the 800 block of El Carmel Pl. in Mission Beach.
    Police said up to three suspects walked up to the six victims and demanded various items. At least two of the robberies were armed: one with a gun and another with a crowbar and a gun. 
    So far, investigators said they've seen some similarities between incidents, but there aren't enough to call it a series yet.