Three armed robbers from Queens pulled a man out of his car and tied his hands with zip-ties before taking his money.
Police said that the robbers approached the victim, a 42-year old man, in the early hours of Oct. 24, near 35th Avenue. The suspects entered a 2018 Honda Pilot, and then tapped the victim’s window with firearms.
Police say the unidentified males between 20 and 25 years old robbed the man. They dragged him out of the car, tied him zip-tied, then put him back in the car. Police said they drove the car with the victim in the backseat and demanded money. The victim finally gave in and told police where the money was kept.
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The robbers took the victim’s car and left him there in Nassau County. The robbers took his vehicle and took an undisclosed amount of money from his house. On Nov. 2, the victim’s car was discovered. The victim refused to receive medical attention.
Police need the public’s assistance in identifying suspects in an earlier robbery that occurred in the morning. Police said that a 43-year old man was found near Totten Street, Utopia Parkway. Two armed robbers pounded on the victim’s window, demanding he get out. Police say the suspects failed to start the vehicle, but fled the scene with the victim’s cellphone and backpack.
No injuries were reported. According to police, the property was worth approximately $4,315.
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Anybody with information can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-8477 to provide tips.