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Man allegedly robs Carl’s Jr. customers, flees in stolen vehicle

An 18-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested Wednesday after allegedly robbing two people in a Burbank Carl’s Jr. parking lot and driving off in a stolen vehicle.

Adrian Guerrero, along with another male suspect, approached two people eating outside the fast food restaurant on 1320 N. San Fernando Rd., according to Burbank Police Officer Joshua Kendrick.

One of the suspects approached the driver and asked him “Do you want to die?” while revealing a handgun and demanding his wallet and cell phone, said Kendrick.

The second suspect went over to the passenger side door and made the same demands.


The driver and passenger cooperated and the two suspects fled in a vehicle which police later discovered was stolen in a recent carjacking, according to Kendrick.

Police found Guerrero in the vehicle shortly after the alleged robbery. The other suspect was not found.

-- Tiffany Kelly, Times Community News

Twitter: @LATiffanyKelly