AUSTIN (KXAN) - Austin Police say the same suspects who committed one robbery Saturday night and four different robberies early Sunday morning struck again.
It was in the 2000 block of East 10th Street around 8:15 p.m. Sunday. Police say there were three suspects in a white Mazda with a loud muffler.
One suspect is described as a 30 year old Hispanic male about 5'9", wearing a blue hat and a fake beard. He pointed the gun at one victim, and stole his money. A second suspect also reportedly had a gun, and a third suspect never left the vehicle.
Victims tell police the suspects wear "Jason" style hockey masks or "Vendetta" style masks.
Police say three or four young Hispanic men targeted people at four different locations between 1:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m Sunday morning, following a robbery on Douglas St. in Southeast Austin.
The first attack occurred at 1:13 a.m. on Lambie Street. Witnesses said three robbers driving a silver sedan were involved.
According to Austin Police four robbers in a Honda Civic or Accord took a person's cell phone and wallet around 1:37 a.m. in the 2100 Block of East 10th street.
The third incident occurred at 10th and Waller at 2:13 a.m. in a blue Chevrolet Cavalier, when a pizza delivery man was targeted. No stolen items were documented in this incident.
Around 2:47 a.m. in a silver sedan the robbers targeted a person in the 1400 block of East Third street.
That crime happened right in front of Mariana Rebolloso's home. She says it makes her uneasy about being out with her children.
"I always have my kids outside. I'm with them too, but I don't have faith to have my kids outside anymore by themselves," Rebolloso said.
She says on weekend nights, especially, people park up and down her street, unfortunately becoming potential targets for the robbers.
"They usually park here, and they leave their cars here because they go to the bars and everything," Rebolloso said.
No one was injured during any of the robberies.
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