Woodland—Police are looking for men who robbed two different people on Saturday and Sunday in Woodland.
The first victim was 24-year-old Antonio Bautista.
Bautista walked outside his house to move his truck closer to his home. After he parked his truck and got out, he noticed the robbers approaching him.
One of the men hit Bautista with an unidentified object on his left eyebrow and demanded Bautista hand over his wallet. The robbers ran away after taking the wallet.
Bautista is recovering from a one-inch long facial cut and minor swelling on his left eyebrow which he got when robbers hit him.
Bautista said the men had short black hair, and were 18-19 years old, about six-feet-tall, and all wearing black T-shirts and blue jeans.
Woodland police believe the same robbers struck again about four hours later, close to 2 a.m. Sunday on Oak Avenue and Elk Street.
The second victim was 32-year-old Washington resident, Juan Berber.
Berber told officers that a man displayed a gun and demanded his wallet, car keys and cell phone.
Berber said the men were about 5'6'', all wearing black shirts and jeans and were picked up by a Hispanic woman driving a black Honda Accord.
Police said that Berber was followed for several blocks before he was approached at the place he was staying in Woodland.
Berber was not injured.
Police would like for everyone to be aware of their surroundings. If anyone feels like they are being followed while driving or being targeted somehow for a robbery, drive to somewhere very public and call the police, or drive directly to the Police Department and call from the direct phone to Dispatch out front or go into the lobby if it is during business hours. If you have a cellular telephone and you feel like you're being followed, call 911. It is okay to use a cellular telephone in any manner while driving if the situation being experienced constitutes and emergency.