The Trinity County Sheriff’s Office seeks information on an armed robbery reported New Year’s Day in Trinity Pines.
The call came in at approximately 8 a.m. reporting a robbery had occurred in the area of Pipeline Road, call logs from the Sheriff’s Office show.
Deputies responded, interviewed the sole victim and processed the scene for evidence.
It was determined that the robbery had been committed that morning between 4 and 5 a.m. by four masked individuals, all with firearms, the Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
The suspects had arrived at the location in an unknown vehicle. They were described as one Hispanic, one Asian, and two of unknown ethnic origin, the Sheriff’s Office said.
“The suspects bound the victim and stole a gold bracelet and gold ring from the victim, approximately 100 pounds of processed marijuana, as well as the victim’s vehicle,” the Sheriff’s Office said.
The victim suffered no physical injuries.
The victim’s vehicle, which has not been located, is a white 2007 Toyota Tundra, California License Plate: 8K26366.
Early this week Trinity County Detective Josh Ford said the identity of the suspects was still unknown, and DNA results which are pending can take a great deal of time.
“In fact,” Ford said in an email, “we’re still waiting on the returns from the two other marijuana robberies (Deerlick Springs/Wildwood).”
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division at 623-2611.