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Skimming device placed on ATM at HSBC on Northern Blvd, police looking for suspects

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Feb. 16, 2017 Staff Report

Police are searching for two men who installed a skimming device on an ATM machine in Woodside over the weekend.

According to the report, the two men installed the device, which is used to steal ATM card information, on the ATM at the HSBC Bank at 51-20 Northern Boulevard on Saturday around 1 p.m.

The suspects are described as white men, and police have released security photos identifying them.

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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Anonymous

Its funny how when a white person does a crime there less comments, but when a black or Hispanic person does a crime there at least 100 comments on here.

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Anonymous

Conservatives like to live in their own reality. A reality defined by the dumpster and Bannon. A reality that has no basis in fact or reason. It’s based on bigotry and divisiveness.

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Lucky 7

Because a white crime (these two could be hispanic) is 1-2 compared to 100 if it was black or hispanic. They are also not punching r dragging anyone, or robbing anyone at gunpoint. ;p

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Anonymous

Their technical sophistication doesn’t seem to extend to covering the camera with duct tape or the palm of their hand, does it?

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Gary C.

Where are all the obligatory racist comments that I have come to expect from some of my less unenlightened neighbors?

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Sunnysider

Deport white people to the UK. We don’t need your kind here. This slime just re-enforces the fact that white people cannot be trusted. They steal your savings and steal your life. We need LAW AND ORDER. GET THESE CRIMINALS OUT. UK and Europe can take them in. They have all kinds of room since Germany will now deport Mooslims.

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