Investigators Friday arrested three men suspected of robbing pedestrians in downtown San José, according to a bulletin from the Judicial Investigation Organization.
The men all happened to be arrested on the same day even though the announcement says that agents do not suspect them of working together.
Robbers just happened to also use the same strategy of threatening victims with knives, said agents.
The men three men are 22, 23 and 38 years of age, according to the report. Police arrested the 22-year-old in Hatillo, and they arrested the other two in downtown San José, says the bulletin.