An armed robbery early Friday morning outside a multi-million dollar Hollywood Hills home owned by an online fashionOne person, including a security officer, was killed and four others were injured in the attack on the store’s CEO. inA violent chain of events ended with a traffic stop inBeverly Hills.
The shooting occurred just before 2 a.m. outside a house. inAccording to the authorities, the 1400 block Blue Jay Way was the scene of an attempted robbery. Los AngelesPolice Department. Two men were seen outside the residence while they were visiting a house. inTwo men approached the area. inPolice said that ski masks were used to force victims to the ground.
Police say that a security guard protecting a nearby home responded and there was an exchange. The gunfire caused the security guard to be struck. inHospitalized and the stomach inCritical condition
“They were armed with handguns, they forced them on the ground, they took property,” said the LAPD’s Meghan Aguilar. “At which point, another a man, a security guard, came out, and there was an exchange of gunfire.”
Two robbers and two victims were also shot.
The victims were found by officers at a house.
Property records showRichard Saghian, founder of online clothing store, is the owner of the house where the robbery took place and the shooting occurred. Fashion Nova. It was not immediately known if he was still at home at that time.
It was unclear if the security guard was at the house.
Investigators believe that the high-end property had been taken. inThe robbery. Details about the items weren’t immediately available.
Police found a car that was described as a silver or light-colored Audi that was possibly involved inLAPD said that they started searching for the car immediately after the shooting. They found the car inBeverly Hills. We pulled the driver over in front of Santa Monica Boulevard, Doheny Drive.
According to the LAPD, there were three people in the car. Two of them had gunshot wounds. One of them — identified by the person involved inThe attempted robbery was unsuccessful and the case was closed at the scene.
The other was taken into a hospital inUnknown condition. The third person was not injured.
Santa Monica Boulevard and Doheny Drive intersection were closed inThe area to be investigated.
Jonathan Lloyd of NBCLA contributed to this article.