SAN JOSE — Police here arrested two men last week in a series of robberies targeting bakeries across the city, authorities said Monday.
Officers booked the men, ages 41 and 37, into the Santa Clara County jail on Feb. 6, according to the San Jose Police Department.
Investigators suspect the men robbed the bakeries’ employees at gunpoint in December and January — taking cash or the business’ cash register each time. Combined, the businesses’ losses totaled thousands of dollars, the department’s announcement said.
San Jose police did not say which bakeries were robbed, or how many were held up.
Anyone with information about the robberies can contact the San Jose Police Robbery Unit at 408-277-4166 or at email@example.com. Tips also can be submitted to Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers via the P3TIPS mobile app, by calling 408-947-7867.