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Two Suspects Sought For Burglarizing Home in Woodside: NYPD

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Police are searching for two suspects, pictured, who allegedly burglarized a home in Woodside earlier this month (Photos: NYPD)

July 26, 2022 By Michael Dorgan

Police are searching for two suspects who allegedly burglarized a home in Woodside earlier this month and made off with more than $10,000 worth of valuables.

The suspects – a man and a woman – broke into a residence in the vicinity of 53rd Place and Broadway on July 17 at around 2 p.m. by pushing up a rear window to gain entry, according to police.

Once inside, the alleged thieves stole jewelry, electronics, a cellphone, a wallet and a number of handbags.

The total value of the haul was around $10,250, police said. There was no cash taken.

The suspects then fled the scene on foot in an unknown direction with their ill-gotten gains, police said.

Police on Tuesday released images of the suspects wanted for questioning. They are both described as having light skin and are aged in their mid-30s.

The man was wearing a blue-colored shirt and blue shorts while the woman was wearing white pants and a white and gray colored top.

There were no injuries reported.

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). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at https://crimestoppers.nypdonline.org/ or on Twitter @NYPDTips.

All calls are strictly confidential There were no injuries reported as a result of this incident.

The burglary took place inside a residence in the vicinity of 53rd Place and Broadway on July 17 (Photo: Google Maps)

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Joan M.Barrett

Don’t make it easy for theives to take your cash and valuables.Keep them in safety-deposit box.Keep your doors and windows locked,especially at night.

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Those darned Amish again

Oh wait, they aren’t black, how do I make this about my racist agenda?

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Good luck!

These crimes are rarely solved; but since they have their photos, there is a chance.

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Alice

Cops are too busy doing hula hoops and playing pinning the tail on the donkey at blk and brn communities trying to them to like and respect them.

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C'mon Man

why would they be? the DA would just release them anyway. get your own justice. you know what to do.

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Julia

Any comment from Ramos and company? I guess they do not want to lose 2 votes for them.

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David

Julia- Please show me an article with any politician,Republican or Democrat who comments on a simple burglary? People like you turn politics into a carnival for fools.

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Lou

Jessica is that you? Yes lets keep quiet about the rise in crime burglaries assaults rape shootings and quality of life in this city. Defund the police and closing rikers and protecting illegal immigrants open borders racists trump and white supremacy is what we should voice and tweet about.

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And don’t forget $200 million Increase

Lou- Yes, taking crossing guards away from the police budget caused this.
The NYPD’s budget has been reduced by nearly $1 billion while maintaining patrol strength and safety through a combination of savings and shifting responsibilities to other agencies, including:

Uniform and civilian overtime reduction- $352.2 million
Move School Safety Agents from NYPD to DOE – $307.5 million
Cancel July Police Academy class – $55 million
Move School Crossing Guards from NYPD – $42.4 million
Increased revenue from moving 165 TEAs to enforcement – $42 million
Reduce contract and other non-personnel expenses – $12 million
TEA vacancy reduction – $5.4 million
Delay delivery of fleet vehicles – $5 million
Hiring freeze on non-safety positions – $5 million
Move Homeless Engagement Unit from NYPD – $4.5 million
Cancel NYPD FY21 cadet class – $4.2 million

https://www1.nyc.gov/office-of-the-mayor/news/487-20/in-face-an-economic-crisis-mayor-de-blasio-budget-prioritizes-safety-police
https://www.newsweek.com/new-york-police-get-200m-budget-increase-after-crime-spikes-22-percent-year-1605840?amp=1

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Geez

Again. With these privileged people and their way of thinking. Ever been robbed? Burglarized? 10 thousand dollars worth of valuables stolen is simple to you? Cant stand all these Karens and Kens that do not speak up for working class folks being burglarized and robbed in this city. Its people like you that are part of the problem. You talk about crime in generally until the rise in crime is decreased. Call for action.

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David

@Geez- Do you really expect politicians to publicly comment on every crime? Is that even physically possible? That is an incredibly naive view of government. This has never been the way things worked and if such a naive policy was ever implemented absolutely nothing would get done.

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Rebecca

I live on the first floor and i do not have any window guards. Windows close but two are old and do not lock. Landlord refuses to change them. There should be a law requiring landlords to install windows that lock and install window guards on the first floor. Its too hot to sleep with windows closed. In Brooklyn a bishop was robbed at gunpoint in the middle of church service!!

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Sara Ross

I’m very suspicious about the pastor who got robbed of millions of dollars in jewelry in his church. How did he afford all of that – rolex watch? He’s a scam artist and I think he planned the robbery for insurance reasons. Look up his record. He’s no saint. I think the house robbery was done by somebody famiiar with the tenant. How else would they know what was there?

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Geo

Don’t know much about the bishop but it so sad that someone would walk into a house of worship to rob at gunpoint.

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Branduhhhn Magoo

well, they just arrived in the country. Biden gave them reparations so i dont see the problem.

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Gullible Republicans believe in myths fairytales and conspiracy theories

Brandon Magoo – Trump will give them jobs like he gave to the illegal Polish Laborers he gave the job to illegally demolish Bon Wit Teller.

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Emotionally unbalanced Dems see Trump everywhere all the time

Is the Trump in the room with you right now??…can others see him also? Or only just you? Just ignore the Trump and pretend the Trump is not there and take another pill…

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David

And you Biden obsessed Republicans see sleepy Joe wheeling and dealing with Ukraine, swinging back room deals with China, stealing elections, running a green agenda and on and on. We should all be so sleepy.

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Gullible Republicans believe myths fairytales and conspiracy theories

Hashtagger -When you say Trump, do you mean career criminal Donald J Trump? Convicted of using illegal laborers in the illegal demolition of Bon Wit Teller. Convicted of housing discrimination. Trump University convicted of Fraud and forced to pay victims $25 million. Lawsuit by Katie Johnson which alleges that Trump and Jeffrey Epstein sexually and physically abused her under threats to physically harm her and her family while a 13-year-old minor from June–September 1994 Katie Johnson v. Donald J Trump and Jeffrey E Epstein (dismissed) Lawsuit by Jane Doe which alleges Trump and Epstein engaged in forcible rape, imprisonment and assault while she was 13-year-old minor and another 12-year-old girl in 1994 Jane Doe v. Donald Trump & Jeffrey E Epstein (dismissed by Doe). The Trump who paid Stormy Daniels $130K from his campaign to cover up an affair.Do you mean that Trump?Do you really think a deflection to the Biden’s changes Trumps pattern and history of criminal behavior and hanging out with criminals?

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sanctuary city

that is not a crime…just a fine paid to the dept of labor….please stop spreading misinformation….

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Manny K

No surprise at all. This as everyone knows is an every day affair in NYC. How about ending the no bail reform and simply keep the criminals in jail for a while instead of making the courts and jails a revolving door for the criminals?

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Lola

Nyc is one of the safest cities in the country. People need to lock their doors and windows.

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excuse me honey while I rob this home. So strange

Feel bad for the victims. on top of keeping my windows locked a cut a mop handle to jam in my windows.

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That was easy...

Memo to city dwellers: your windows have locks for a reason.

It’s a good thing they were just thieves and not rapists and serial killers.

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Ella

Its hot!!! A lot of people have pets and cant afford a sitter. What about people who have an a/c window unit should they remove them everytime they leave home? Stop blaming the victim..

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