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According to the police, on May 12 an armed robbery occurred in the 6000 block of Canterbury Drive.
Prior to the robbery, the victim had posted an advertisement on a social media site, listing his French Bulldog for sale and meet up with the suspect in the 6000 block of Canterbury Drive to conduct the transaction.
The police further mention in a press release, the victim met the suspect who asked to see the dog. When the victim placed the dog in his trunk area, the suspect removed a semi-automatic handgun from his waistband, grabbed the dog from the victim’s trunk, and fled on foot.
Later on May 15, the police discovered the suspect leaving a residence in the Fox Hills Area of Culver City. He was holding a gray French Bulldog when he entered a nearby vehicle and drove away.
The Culver City Police personals tried to stop the vehicle, and a short vehicle pursuit ensued which ended when the suspect collided with another vehicle near Bristol Parkway and Slauson Ave.
The driver was the sole person involved in the car chase and was not injured. He fled the scene of the traffic accident on foot, and a perimeter was established in the area.
After this the drone team of CCP was in action, the suspect was located and arrested for Armed Robbery and the French bulldog was also located unharmed and returned to its rightful owner.
The case will be presented by the CCP to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office for criminal filing consideration.