Police probe 2 unrelated robberies on Tecumseh East

Windsor Police are investigating two unrelated robberies, both which took place on Tecumseh Road East.

4 teens have been arrested in relation to on of the incidents

Police said a man was found on the ground with a bump on his head and wound on his elbow. (CBC News)

Windsor Police are investigating two unrelated robberies, both which took place on Tecumseh Road East. 

The latest happened in the 7200 block of Tecumseh Rd. E after a man claimed he had been 'jumped' by two other men at about 4:40 a.m. 

When police found the victim he had a bump on his forehead and a scrape on one of his elbows. He was on the pavement in a box store parking lot.

He told police he had been drinking at a bar nearby where he met two other men, they all decided to leave together and cut through the parking lot. 

That's when he said the men turned on him. Police said the man's wallet and cash were taken. 

Police are checking surveillance video to see if they can get a better picture of what happened. 

They are looking for what they're calling two "possible persons of interest in relation to the incident."

4 teens arrested in Sunday robbery

The other robbery happened Sunday morning at about 3:45 a.m. in the 1800 block of Tecumseh Rd. E. 

Police said a 20-year-old man called for help after he said four men had tried to rob him with at knife-point. 

He told police he managed to get away and was hiding in the washroom of a gas station at Tecumseh Rd. and Kildare Rd. 

When police arrived on scene two teen boys were outside the gas station and two teens boys were inside the station. 

As the officers approached they said one of the teens outside tried to get rid of a knife from his pocket. 

Police arrested four teens at the scene, one 15-year-old, two 16 year old's and one 17-year-old.

All have been charged with with armed robbery. The 17-year-old is also facing a charge of possession of a weapon for committing an offence and carrying a concealed weapon

Anyone with information about what happened in either incidents is being asked to contact police at 519-255-6700 ext. 4305 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 (TIPS).