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Police looking for suspects who broke into Woodside home, release video

March 25, 2017 Staff Report

The police are looking for three men and one woman who allegedly broke into a Woodside home and stole a $200 watch on Thursday.

The NYPD released footage of the suspects who worked in concert to force their way into the rear door of a residential building located in the vicinity of 41st Avenue and 59th Street at about 2:40 pm, March 23.

According to police, the individuals took a $200 Bulova watch before driving off in a black Nissan Rogue.

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

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someone broke into my apartment years ago and made of with a flashlight and tv remote. I had to get up to change the channel and could no longer find things in the dark.

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Anonymous

El loco – why would you want your wife to meet a stranger? Also do you bore your wife so much that shes intrested in meeting a stranger? What a sicko!

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when he first came on the scene he acted like an arrogant jerk, like his word was the only word, extremely arrogant. Then the tailspin, now his popularity ratings are plunging to earth. Everybody now cant stand this guy el loco!

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El loco

4 people to get a $200 watch. Not a good haul. Hi Al from SUNNYSIDE. My wife Ellie wants to meet ya.

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Gary C.

A $200 watch, when new, split 4 ways for a possible Burglary in the Second Degree (NY PL 140.25) charge with a range of 3.5 to 15 years of state time.

Neither moral nor smart! Sign up for Uber with that Nissan Rogue and make an honest living.

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criminals aint what they used to me

four people for one cheap watch, these criminals a freaking amatuers. thinkin too small!!

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Anonymous

Correction- it seems to be on 59st & 41st “Drive” (one way street) not Ave. 41st Ave is a 2 way street

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