HOLLYWOOD (KABC) -- Police are searching for at least two hammer and Taser-wielding suspects responsible for a string of robberies in Hollywood Monday.
According to police, two or three young men, armed with hammers knives and possibly a Taser, began attacking people at random around 11 p.m.
The burglaries took place in intervals of about five minutes.
The first crime occurred at the intersection of Yucca Street and Las Palmas Avenue. According to police, the suspects then made their way south through the city.
The second robbery occurred on the corner of Schrader Boulevard and Selma Avenue, followed by a third robbery at Lexington Avenue and June Street. That's where they reportedly smashed the back window of a Volkswagen Jetta.
Their last robbery took place on the corner of Cahuenga and Boulevard and Waring Avenue According to police, the robbers jumped a man who was walking to his car, carjacked his Prius and made off with the victim's phone, wallet, and saxophone. The suspects drove down the block from the carjacking and ditched the car for reasons unknown before fleeing south on foot on Cahuenga Boulevard.
The suspects were described as hoodie-clad males in their late teens or early 20s.
Anyone with information regarding this robbery spree in Hollywood was urged to contact LAPD at (877) 527-3247.