Three Milford youths have been arrested for armed robbery after police issued warrants for their arrest in connection with a Gulf Street robbery that occurred on July 27 near Snug Harbor Road.

Police say their investigation revealed that the two adult victims ages 50 and 53, were walking in the area at approximately 1:30 a.m. when they were approached by a group of males wearing hooded shirts. One of the males brandished a handgun during the incident.

According to the police, the suspects took personal property from the victims consisting of a cell phone along with a wallet containing cash and credit cards. The males then fled the area last seen heading Northbound on Gulf Street towards New Haven Avenue.

Police confirm no on was injured during the incident.

According to police, investigators from the Milford Police Detective Division continued the investigation and were able to identify three juveniles involved in the robbery which led to warrants being issued for their arrests.

The juveniles are accused of the following charges;

Juvenile #1, 17, of Milford was charged with first-degree robbery, first-degree conspiracy to commit robbery, fifth-degree larceny, fifth-degree conspiracy to commit larceny, criminal use of a firearm, conspiracy to commit criminal use of a firearm and second-degree threatening.

Juvenile #2,16, of Milford was charged with first-degree robbery, first-degree conspiracy to commit robbery, fifth-degree larceny, fifth-degree conspiracy to commit larceny, criminal use of a firearm and conspiracy to commit criminal use of a firearm.

Juvenile #3,16, was charged with first-degree conspiracy to commit robbery, fifth-degree conspiracy to commit larceny and conspiracy to commit criminal use of a firearm.

In addition, three arrest warrants were served on Juvenile #1 regarding his involvement in several vehicle break-ins in the Milford area in August and September 2013. Juvenile #1 was charged with three counts of third-degree burglary and three counts of third degree larceny.

All three juveniles are scheduled to appear in juvenile court.