Two thieves stole a man’s iPhone, $60 cash and his credit cards at gunpoint on Henry Street, between Joralemon
Court and State streets on October 15. The 35-year-old man was walking home from work at 11:20 p.m. when he was stopped by the two men, who brandished a gun and asked him what he had in his pockets.
Two days later, two crooks robbed a man at gunpoint near the corner of Bridge and Prospect streets just before noon on October 17. The two twenty-somethings approached the 39-year-old man, and one of the perps pulled a gun and said, “give me money.” The victim handed over his wallet, containing $2 and credit cards.
A man was pushed down the stairs and robbed at gunpoint by two perps at the York Street F train stop on September 28. The 26-year-old male was pushed down the stairs to the platform and one of the men displayed a silver automatic weapon and instructed the victim to close his eyes while they reached into his pocket and removed his cell phone and wallet.
In another subway crime, two robbers stole a man’s Blackberry on the 4 train and fled at the Borough Hall stop on October 14. The crooks, one male and one female, approached the 35-year-old man after entering at Atlantic Avenue, and the male took the cell phone around 6:30 p.m. The victim tackled the crook, but then the female bandit started punching the victim in the face, causing a laceration.
A perp took off with a man’s laptop as he sat at the counter of a restaurant for lunch on October 14. The $1500 laptop was taken as the man sat at the counter with his friends around 2:30 p.m. at the eatery on Joralemon Street between Clinton and Court streets.