(AP) — Two men accused of robbing a Northern California armored car are also suspected of carrying out a similar heist in Southern California.
Police also say one suspect confessed to fatally shooting a Los Angeles-area deli owner during a robbery last year.
The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat reported Saturday that 24-year-old Sergey Gustuv is expected to be charged with the June 2015 homicide of a 62-year-old owner of a San Dimas Quizno's sandwich shop.
Gustav and 23-year-old Ivan Morales were arrested in Northern California's wine country Tuesday after an armored car driver was shot and wounded with an assault rifle and robbed of unspecified cash.
The two are also suspected of robbing an armor car in Granada Hills in March. The two appeared in court Tuesday, but didn't enter pleas.