VICTORVILLE (CBS) — Two Victorville teens were taken into custody Wednesday for allegedly robbing people they met on Craigslist, according to authorities.

The two allegedly placed ads trying to sell electronics and high-tech gadgets.

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Police said the pair struck at least five times beginning last month. They were said to have net about $4,000 in cash and stolen goods.

Officials told Greg Mills, reporting for CBS2 and KCAL9, that they believe it is possible there are many other victims out there.

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Mills also spoke to a Menifee mom who told him she watched, in horror, as her son was robbed at gunpoint. The teens allegedly met her son under the guise of trading an iPod and $200 for an iPad.

Daquan Anthony Call, of the suspects is, 19. Police said the other suspect, 17, was unidentified because he is a juvenile.

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