A Freeway Chase In Los Angeles Ends In A Brazen Daylight Robbery By Masked Bandits: Know More Here

A team of masked robbers purposefully drove into another car on a Los Angeles motorway Tuesday, then allegedly robbed him in a crime caught on camera.

A Freeway Chase In Los Angeles Ends In A Brazen Daylight Robbery By Masked Bandits: Know More Here
A Freeway Chase In Los Angeles Ends In A Brazen Daylight Robbery By Masked Bandits: Know More Here

Another driver took alarming film of a Dodge Grand Caravan pursuing a black Alfa Romeo travelling eastbound on I-10, popularly known as the Santa Monica Motorway, around 1:30 p.m., west of Arlington Avenue.

The witness notices the pursuit in a lane to his right and can be heard stating, “Let me catch up.”

He tries to speed toward the cars, but they quickly advance. “They is gone,” the man says. “My sh— ain’t catching up. They swinging. They swinging.”

That’s when the Dodge minivan slams the Alfa Romeo into the motorway shoulder, creating a scene fit for a Hollywood stunt. “There he is!” There he is! As he approaches the accident, the videographer exclaims, “There he goes!”

Four males in ski masks and hoodies jump out of the minivan and rush towards the Alfa Romeo, which has its driver’s side door open, displaying a deployed airbag.

The victim is seen on his knees, hands in the air, facing oncoming traffic. The robbers dig through his car and pop open the heavily wrecked trunk. The back window and tyre on the driver’s side of the car are blasted out.

The men appear to be chatting with the victim, while another man, whose red Ford Mustang was also hit, can be seen filming the wild antics on his mobile.

Meanwhile, trucks and cars can be seen stopping down to take in the spectacular sight.

The four men depart in a white Chevrolet Malibu with substantially tinted windows around 40 seconds after the intentional crash.

“That fool took the exit!” the driver recording the bizarre freeway ambush says, referring to the Malibu.

According to California Highway Patrol Officer Roberto Gomez, witnesses who contacted 911 described the assailants as equipped with weapons.

“Upon further investigation, we learned they were carrying hammers and crowbars,” Gomez added.

He declined to say whether the men stole anything during the attack, which he described as a vehicular assault and armed robbery.

He also refused to reveal any information on the victim, including his profession.

“That’s part of the investigation,” Gomez said.

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