Los Angeles Police Department patrol car. Photo by John Schreiber.
Los Angeles Police Department patrol car. Photo by John Schreiber.

A man is seriously hurt in a shooting in Boyle Heights, a gunman robbed an Arcadia restaurant and police are looking for two gunman in a non-injury shooting in Hollywood on Sunday.

A shooting attack near a street intersection in Boyle Heights resulted in a man in serious but stable condition at an area hospital, police said Sunday.

The shooting attack occurred about 8:30 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Fourth and Soto streets, said a watch commander at the Los Angeles Police Department’s Hollenbeck station.

The man was shot in the left torso and also in the back, he said.

“The person (the shooting victim), was very uncooperative,” the watch commander said.

A man with a gun robbed an Arcadia restaurant earlier Sunday of an unknown amount of cash.

The armed robbery was shortly after midnight at Carmine’s Italian Restaurant, 311 E. Live Oak Ave., according to a police report from the Arcadia Police Department.

The suspect was described as a 5 foot-10 inch tall black male in his 20s, weighing 170 pounds. He was last seen wearing a dark hoodie and a bandana over his face.

He was armed with a silver handgun and made off with the cash in a dark vehicle, according to the report.

Arcadia police detectives asked anyone with any information regarding the armed robbery to call them at (626) 574-5150.

Two men suspected in an apparent non-injury shooting in North Hollywood were pulled over and detained on the Hollywood (101) Freeway in the Universal City area Sunday.

The shooting was reported about 12:30 p.m. at the intersection of Burbank and Lankershim boulevards, said Officer Sara Faden of the Los Angeles Police Department‘s Media Relations Section.

Officers were unable to locate the target of the shooting, a person who ran from the scene when shots were fired from a vehicle with two men inside. But a vehicle matching witness descriptions was spotted and stopped on the southbound side of the 101 Freeway, she said.

The two men inside were detained, but not immediately booked, as the investigation was ongoing, Faden said.

Two southbound freeway lanes were closed, prompting a SigAlert that as cancelled about 2:20 p.m., according to the California Highway Patrol.

— City News Service

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