Authorities are searching for four men who robbed a cannabis facility in Adelanto while holding a security guard at gunpoint.
The Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station reported that on March 30, deputies responded to Big Trip Manufacturing in Adelanto after a 911 caller said the business had been robbed by four men.
Located in the 9900 block of Rancho Road in Adelanto, the Big Trip website said, “From sourcing and fulfillment to packaging design and supply, we are a one-stop-shop access point to the California cannabis market and beyond.”
Sheriff’s officials said four Black men pulled up to the business in a 1990s model GMC Yukon. When the security guard approached them, he was pushed to the ground and held at gunpoint.
The four armed men entered the facility and took products from inside, according to sheriff’s officials, who did not disclose what was taken.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s officials described suspect No. 1 as standing approximately 6 feet, 5 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with “Scarface” written in red on the front and a picture of the film’s protagonist, Tony Montana played by Al Pacino, on the back, black sweatpants with pockets in the thigh area, white socks, black shoes, and light green gloves.
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The Yukon was later found abandoned near Hook Boulevard and Cobalt Road in Victorville. The vehicle had been reported stolen out of Victorville.
The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked by the Sheriff’s Department to contact Deputy M. Leiker at the Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station at 760-552-6800. Callers can remain anonymous and contact We-Tip at 800-78CRIME or wetip.com.
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Suspect No. 3 was dressed all in black. He wore a sweatshirt with writing on both sleeves and green gloves.
Suspect No. 4 was wearing a gray sweatshirt with an unknown white symbol on the left side, black sweatpants, black shoes, and white gloves.
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