Two men have been arrested in connection with a spree of 13 robberies in Southern California.

Kigmani Nejema Burris, 45, of Corona, and William Warren, 36, of Los Angeles, were arrested Nov. 19 after they robbed a business in Laguna Hills, the Fontana Police Department said.

Fontana police began investigating the pair on Nov. 18 when a business in that city was held up. The investigation led them to look for and then watch a white Dodge Challenger, a news release said. On Nov. 19, police followed the Challenger as it was driven to Laguna Hills.

Two men stopped at a business and before police could intervene, they robbed the store. Fontana police and Orange County sheriff’s deputies attempted to pull over the car as the robbers drove away. They eventually stopped it in San Clemente, where Burris and Warren were arrested, the release said.

Officers found two firearms, masks and stolen cash inside the Challenger, the release said.

Burris and Warren have been transferred to federal custody and the case will be submitted to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.



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