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Suspects wanted for Sunnyside Woodside robbery


The police are searching for two suspects who are wanted in connection with a robbery that occurred on the border of Sunnyside and Woodside at about 7pm on Friday, May 11.

The police said that two men approached a woman who was walking home, grabbed her around the neck and removed her iPhone before throwing her to the ground. The incident occurred in the vicinity of 50th Street and 43rd Avenue.

The victim sustained minor injuries to her neck and shoulder.

The suspects are described as being M/H’s, 15-20 years old, 5’7″ and 150 lbs.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).  All calls are confidential.

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Rocky Balboa II

I hope the cops make an arrest. Surprised nobody from the gym saw them.


The tech people can blow up the photo and focus it better. Remember, Bloomberg said that phone snatchings are not important. In fact, he was AMUSED by the increase. Nice to travel with your own body guards!


Somebody told me it was by the gym on 50th. Why are we just hearing about this now?


they belong in jail, getting robbed out of their manhood.
Where were above pictures taken? and 7 pm? Weren’t there anyone else around?


Any details on the location other than “on the border of Sunnyside and Woodside”? That could be any number of locations.


these idiots look like they belong in school, not on the streets robbing people.


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