Police Needs Help to ID Suspects in Moreno Valley Shooting and Robbery

Police Needs Help to ID Suspects in Moreno Valley Shooting and Robbery

MORENO VALLEY – The Moreno Valley Police Department is seeking help identifying the suspects involved in a shooting and robbery on Saturday. At around 2:00 a.m. the victim noticed a black Scion TC following their vehicle westbound on Hemlock Avenue near Indian Avenue. Soon after a white vehicle driving eastbound, also on Hemlock Avenue began shooting at the victim’s vehicle. The victim vehicle was hit, but no occupants were hurt.

The victims stopped their car on Indian Avenue just north of Hemlock Avenue, authorities said. The black Scion drove up next to them and two men got out of the car. They then demanded property belonging to the victims. The victims turned over their cell phone and cash. The suspects fled the location and the victims called 911.

An area search was conducted but they did not find the suspects. The cell phone belonging to the victim was found in the street near Weller Place and Ironwood Avenue. Two homes on Hemlock Avenue on the 24600 and 24700 block sustained damage as a result of the shooting. No injuries were reported as a result of the shooting. Composite sketches of the suspects based off of witness statements.

If anyone can identify the suspects or has additional information they are urged to contact Sgt. A. Kent, at the Moreno Valley Police Department by calling (951) 486-6700, or by email to


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