WEST HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA.com) — A suspect in a violent month-long crime spree across the Southland may be linked to an armed robbery in West Hollywood late last month, police said Monday.

Investigators say Artyom Gasparyan, 29, is a possible suspect in a robbery and shooting that occurred on the 1000 block of North Kings Road on Dec. 29, according to Acting Capt. Sergio Aloma of the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Department.

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Gasparyan has also been linked by authorities to a deadly drive-by shooting in Van Nuys, two shootings in Burbank and a carjacking and hostage situation in Long Beach in which three people were injured.

He’s been spotted driving a 2011-2014 silver Volkswagen Jetta in “several of the crimes” allegedly committed by Gasparyan, Sheriff’s investigators said.

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Gasparyan is described with black hair and brown eyes, 5-foot-7 and about 170 pounds.

He is believed to be armed and dangerous and should not be contacted by the public if seen, authorities said.

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Anyone with information on Gasparyan’s whereabouts is asked to call Detective Jones at the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station at (310) 358-4033.