Police are looking for a group of teenagers who robbed two women at gunpoint Thursday night in the Shoreline movie theater parking lot. One woman was stunned with a stun gun.
"They ordered the women on the ground at gunpoint and demanded their purses," said police spokesperson Liz Wylie. "The victims were complying but one was stunned with a stun gun." She was slightly burned, but declined medical attention.
Police say that three teenage boys wearing all black approached the women, who were talking next to their car, at 10:15 p.m., Wylie said. One suspect had a black handgun and another had a stun gun.
The suspects fled south in a silver four-door Honda Civic on Shoreline Boulevard, taking two purses with credit cards, driver's licenses, a little bit of cash and an iPod Nano. All three suspects are described as Hispanic, between the ages of 16 and 18, and wearing all black. The one who carried the gun is described as short and stocky. The other two are described as being of medium height and medium build.
The female victims were a 24-year-old from Mountain View and a 30-year-old from Los Gatos.
Police can be contacted anonymously at (650) 903-6344.