North Bay News
Marin deputies need help solving string of robberies
MARIN, Calif. (KGO) -- Marin County sheriff's deputies hope tips from the public will help them stop a series of robberies in Marin.
The latest crime took place on Tuesday when three young men robbed an ice cream truck driver at gunpoint on Terners Drive. They ran away into a nearby public housing complex after taking $160.
Thieves have also targeted commuters at the Marin City bus stop during the past month.
Deputies point out it's hard to identify the robbers because they were wearing dark hooded sweatshirts and black jeans.
marin city, crime, north bay news
- Malaysia says jet's disappearance was deliberate 57 min ago
- Woman found dead in Castro Valley home was shot 2 min ago
- CCSF protestors make voices heard at City Hall
- Investigators finally getting look at Mission Bay fire
- Police arrest woman in connection with shooting
- I-TEAM: Small park, big problems
- Vehicle runs over gas line, hits SJ DMV building
- Uber announces new insurance policy for drivers
- Costco recalls cases of freeze-dried fruit
- Crews busy dismantling old span of the Bay Bridge
- Virgin to stop service at Mineta San Jose Airport
- Photos: Meet the stars where you live
- roundup: AltCar Expo; Motorcyclist killed
- weather: Bay Area weather forecast for Saturday 35 min ago
- Bay Area weather forecast for Saturday
35 min ago
- Malaysia says jet's disappearance was...
57 min ago
Most Viewed StoriesMost Viewed Photos