Los Angeles Daily News, CA
April 21 2004
Police seek help finding would-be armed robber
By City News Service
GLENDALE — Glendale police asked for the public’s help Tuesday in
finding a would-be bandit who fired at a 51-year-old man while they
were struggling over the gun.
The intended victim had just returned home from shopping about 9 p.m.
April 14, in the 900 block of Patterson Avenue, when a gunman walked
up and demanded the resident’s wallet, Glendale police Officer
Leticia Chang said. A struggle ensued, and the intended victim
managed to get the gun from the would-be robber, who ran to a
dark-color car and fled with two other people.
The suspect was described as a slender Armenian, about 5 feet 6
inches tall with short black hair, wearing a white baggy jersey-type
shirt with a logo on the front, white shorts and white tennis shoes.
Anyone with more information about the robbery attempt is asked to
call Glendale detectives at (818) 548-3987 or the department’s main
number, (818) 548-4840. Anonymous calls can be made to (818)
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