Three shootings that took place at Southern California 7-11 stores on Monday morning have been linked to a man, two of which were fatal. The man is being investigated by police to determine if he was involved in another shooting.
A 7-Eleven clerk was shot to death in a robbery at 4:20 AM at a store located on North Brea Boulevard and Lambert Road, Brea According to police.
Responding officers located a male clerk who had been shot in the head and was declared dead on the spot.
La Habra officers responded to a call about a robbery at the 7-11 located at 381 East Whittier Blvd.
Police arrived on the scene to treat two victims of gunshot wounds. They were then transported to a local hospital.
There were no suspects on the scene.
“We feel not 100% sure, but we feel confident that it is the same suspect,” Capt. Capt.
Then, breathe police Released surveillance imagesThe suspect in the incident.
Santa Ana police later confirmed that the suspect in the two other incidents was actually involved in a third 7-11 shooting on Monday.
The incident resulted in a fatal shooting of a male at 300 East 17th St., around 3:25 a.m.
Although they haven’t released much information about the shooting, or what caused it to happen, authorities indicated that it was a robbery.
Another incident saw a 7 Eleven customer being shot during a robbery at Riverside’s 7-Eleven, police reported.
Riverside police reported that the shooting occurred at around 1:50 AM at the La Sierra Avenue location.
The suspect was armed with a gun, robbed a clerk and then shot a customer while he was walking away.
The customer, who was only described as a man, was taken to a hospital in serious condition by Sgt. Ryan Railsback said to KTLA.
Anyone with information about the fatal shooting in Brea is asked to contact Detective Alfred Rodriguez at 714-671-4438 or [email protected]
Anybody with information regarding the incident at La Habra is requested to contact the Police Department at 562-383-4300.