A gunman who robbed a Wildomar resident at a garage sale remained at large, a sheriff's deputy said Sunday.
An arrest appeared to be imminent as deputies received a call Sunday about a man who matched the description of the blond suspect seen at an ampm
convenience store on Bundy Canyon Drive in Wildomar, Riverside County sheriff's Deputy Joshua Morales said.
But the man and the dark sedan in which he traveled left the location before deputies arrived, Morales said.
No one was hurt Saturday when the armed robbery suspect brandished a gun
and threatened a homeowner as he took a tile saw from a home in the 32900
block of Crescent Avenue, authorities said.
The suspect placed the tool inside a small dark sedan driven by another man and fled. The gunman was described as being in his 30s, wearing a sleeveless gray shirt and camouflage pants with a tattoo on his left shoulder and another on the left side of his rib cage.
- City News Service