3 men arrested for robbing California Thai restaurant and attempting to kidnap property owner

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Three men have been arrested after robbing a Thai restaurant in California on Thanksgiving morning and attempting to kidnap the company's owner.
Two men wearing hoodies were caught on surveillance footage around 4am Thursday as they broke into a Thai tuk-tuk restaurant on Block 700 of West Sixth Street in Corona.
A third burglar was caught by another camera rummaging through the company's cash register. When the alarm goes off, the two men continue stealing cash and other valuable items for about 40 seconds before fleeing.
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According to investigators, the owner of the building, who lives nearby, was alerted by the alarm and arrived at the scene. When she tried to intervene in the robbery, the men pointed a gun at her head and tried to take her phone and kidnap her.
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She reportedly managed to escape and the restaurant owners showed up moments later.
“When we got here they were about to get in their car and drive off. At that very moment, we decided to slowly follow them," the restaurant owner's son told NBC Los Angeles.
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Police said the suspects pointed a gun at the owners. The father and son continued to follow the suspects onto the 91 Freeway before the suspects finally pulled to the side of the freeway and parked their car.
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The police were able to locate the suspects on the shoulder of the freeway. All three men, including the driver, were arrested. Officials did not release her identity.
"We've been the victims of a theft before. Basically, we just don't want to be a victim again," the son told NBC Los Angeles. "It just felt like the right thing, you know? Sometimes you have to go after them.”
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According to the restaurant owners, the incident was their third burglary.
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The Corona Police Department said all three men were from Los Angeles County. They are currently in custody with $1 million in bail increases.
Featured image via FOX 11
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