Man robs three victims at gunpoint, follows them home after following them from work

Authorities were looking for a man suspected of robbing three victims after following them home and forcing them to lie down on a bed, hold them at gunpoint and rob them at gunpoint, KNBC reported.

The three victims told the station they were held at gunpoint by the suspect inside an apartment on the 2800 block of San Pablo Avenue in West Hollywood.

“He was totally cool. He was completely quiet and I didn’t feel threatened,” a female victim said.

The suspect told the victims to lie down on the bed, allegedly stole $500 to $600 in cash and other items, then barricaded the door with furniture.

Authorities said there is no known relationship between the victims, who were all believed to be in their 20s.

“He made us lie down on the bed … made us choose the jewelry or watch we wanted to take from there,” a male victim said.

The victims were also told to zip up their sweatshirts. Police suspect the suspect was looking for more jewelry or watches.

The man fled in a light-colored sedan that appeared to be a 1990s model Toyota Camry.

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