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Man Robbed at Knifepoint at 52nd Street Station in Woodside: NYPD

Suspects wanted for a knifepoint robbery that took place at the 52nd Street subway station Tuesday (NYPD)

June 2, 2022 By Czarinna Andres

The police are looking for two men who robbed a straphanger at knifepoint at the 52nd Street subway station in Woodside Tuesday.

The victim, a 24-year-old male, was waiting for a train on the Flushing-bound platform when two unknown men approached him at around 2:50 p.m.

The suspects displayed a knife and forcibly removed the victim’s backpack. The victim was not injured in the robbery.

The police have released photos of the suspects.

Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, or on Twitter @NYPDTips.

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Again and again

And when they are caught the will be immediately released to commit more crime. This is all thanks to bail reform promoted by liberal democratic. Anyone voting for democrats this November is as guilt as the perpetrators shown.

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Gullible Republicans believe in myths fairytales and conspiracy theories

Again and again- Anyone voting for Conservative Republicans is guilty of the carnage created by assault weapons like we’ve seen in Buffalo, Texas and Tulsa.

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Smh

This was a local crime and you are changing the subject to the massacres elsewhere. Why? You want to deflect on the failed principles of the liberals in NYC, by showing how bad Republicans are? Lol. Very pitiful. Weren’t you against bail reform? Why not bring up the Brooklyn shooting?

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Barbara

@smh- A highlighting of one party’s position on an issue in response to a post referencing another party’s position on an issue, is not a deflection.,

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Tom Peters

I’m waiting for more excuses from the mayor, city council and others about these kind of crimes. The criminals have nothing to worry about. When caught they’ll get a warning and a warm meal…and they know it.

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Ulli

Why do the majority of criminals in NY are mostly perpetuated by minorities I’m not being racist coz I’m also a minority we should strive to do well and work hard to be better just saying and don’t make lame excuses smh

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Why aren't Trump lovers complaining that the description didn't include the perps race?

Oh…right.

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TDS is real

FYI: Trump has luxury homes all over the world. Why do you let him live inside your head rent free?

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Total Dissolved Solids?

Oh wow, boomers are still doing the “rent-free” thing in 2022 😬

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Heather

Are the only POC that you know on social media that you follow? This suspect looks latino.

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One man crime wave

Uh, they look pretty dark to me. Did you get your vision checked?

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Liberalhivemind

Ehhh. Close enough. Hispanics come in second to blacks in committing crimes. Facts always trump feelings. (No pun intended)

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Criminals are raised, not born.

Let me guess. No decent father at home to provide a positive role model or to discipline these two punks when they got out of line as kids.

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