NYPD Seeks Help Identifying Suspects In Queens Robbery Spree

QUEENS, NY – New York City police are asking for public assistance to identify two male suspects linked to a series of robberies in the 114 and 115 precincts. The first incident occurred in the early hours of Tuesday near 37 Avenue and 71 Street in the 115 Precinct, where a 34-year-old man was assaulted, threatened with a firearm and robbed by the suspects. They fled north on a two-wheeled scooter.

Shortly afterwards, a 29-year-old food delivery worker was robbed under similar circumstances near 75 Street and 30 Avenue. The suspects took his delivery bag, cell phone, wallet and scooter and fled south on 75 Street.

The third incident occurred around 4 a.m. at Queens Plaza North and 29 Street, where a 25-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman were forced to hand over their belongings, including phones, airpods and a passport, before the suspects headed west fled.

In all cases, the suspects were last seen fleeing on a two-wheeled scooter. EMS responded to the scene and treated the victims, but no serious injuries were reported.