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Man robs Sunnyside liquor store, takes $200 cash

July 19, 2017 Staff Report

The police are looking for a man who allegedly robbed a Sunnyside liquor store on Friday.

The suspect allegedly entered Choice Discount liquor store, located at 43-42 48th Street, at around 5:10 pm on July 14, approached an employee and demanded cash from the register.

The employee complied and gave the suspect approximately $100. The alleged perpetrator then forced the employee to a back room where he removed the employee’s debit card and approximately $80 in cash. The suspect then fled the location southbound on 48 Street, according to police.

The suspect is described as black, 25 to 35 years old, 190 to 210lbs, 6’0″ to 6’3″, with black sunglasses and white ear pods; last seen wearing a dark colored trench coat, blue jeans, a black baseball cap, black sneakers and a gray backpack with a red stripe across it.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

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oh this is just terrible. It should matter not the quality of an establishment…. stealing is NOT ok.

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Alcoholic

That liquor store is shite anyway. Piss poor selection, overpriced, and they don’t refrigerate overnight. In the summer. Good luck with your crappy fermented vinegar wine.

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Anonymous

What does it have to due with being robbed if you do not like there selections & refrigeration that’s 1 Thing but nothing to do with being robbed just a fact SMH

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Barney

Overcoat in July? Very suspicious. Lets hope he wasn’t hiding a rifle. Didn’t anybody watch Beverly Hills Cop II?

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Anonymous

Winter trench coat / jacket in this heat? Baseball cap pulled low just over the eyes? This image serves as a poster child for bringing back STOP & FRISK!! If I were a cop, I’d want to stop this man ASAP. Not allowed anymore.

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Bruno

Anonymous – You are incorrect. Go educate yourself on the topic. They could stop this guy on suspicion alone let alone “stop and frisk”.

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Me

Scroll through the sunnyside post all the way to it’s beginning you will see who is causing trouble and who isn’t there is nothing racist about it.

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