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Police Looking for 3 Suspects Who Allegedly Punched and Robbed Man in Woodside

Suspects (NYPD) and 50-50 Broadway in Woodside (GMaps)

Dec. 1, 2022 By Christian Murray

Police are looking for three suspects who allegedly assaulted and robbed a man outside the NYCHA Woodside Houses complex last week.

The suspects allegedly approached a 21-year-old man at around 8:15 p.m. on Nov. 24 who was walking in front of 50-50 Broadway. The alleged robbers demanded the victim’s property and then proceeded to punch him several times before forcibly taking his wallet.

The alleged thieves, police said, then fled the vicinity on foot and were last seen in the Bronx.

The victim refused medical attention.

Police have released video and photos of three suspects taken from a nearby store and building in Woodside.

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).

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Woodside Deserves better

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Squiiggy

Liberal NYC voted, they wanted MORE CRIME! and so they got it…. yippee!!

Thanks Democrats

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Fox News Crime Coverage ended the day after Election Day

The crime in the US is exponentially higher in Republican run cities like Jacksonville, FL and Oklahoma City. Crime rates are higher in the rural areas in places like Arkansas, Tennessee and Oklahoma. The facts are out there just google the FBI national crime statistics or surveys commissioned by insurance companies.

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Joe

Maybe we need to give out more than free school bags and wifi to help the poor youth. People are desperate especially during the holidays.

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This happened at the woodside Houses. Nycha.

The only thing they are desperate for is how to swindle more money out of the government.

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Anonymous

For second time in a week in the same area, thank you again, Van Bramer, Won, Caban, Genaris, etc. If caught, you will say these criminals must also be misunderstood with no criminal consequences for attacking a poor, innocent law abiding victim, like the victim at the deli two blocks away. Your leadership and decision-making has made your constituents areas unsafe and when this is stated to you, you say that the person is hipping up fear. It is truly amazing to me that they actually think they are doing a good job in their positions.

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Coach from legends

You voted for them. Latino Hispanic crime wave continues. Nothing is done about it. It’s ignored

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Luis Sanchez

ATT:Coach from legends
You bash the latino community all the time but
You just sold your bar legends to Mexican guys. I guess their money is good

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Republicans believe in myths fairytales invisible gods and conspiracy theories

Bet they all come from families who can’t afford to live here and live in either NYCHA or voucher subsidized housing.

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