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Yes, you can still press charges. The criminal statute of limitations for most felonies in California is three years, and it's six years for the others. Cal. Pen. Code, Sections 800-801. If you know who committed the robbery, you also have the ability to sue for assault (pointing a gun at someone qualifies), which has a two year statute of limitations. Cal. Code Civ. P., Section 335.1. And there's a three year statute of limitations for civil theft. Section 338 (same link as above).
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