From Eyewitness News:
Police are asking for help finding a gunman who held up a bodega in Queens.
It happened on Jamaica Avenue at 2:20 Friday afternoon.
The man walked into the store and went through the aisles, then left and came back with a gun drawn.
He got all the cash he could before running away.
Police say he is 35 to 40 years old, about 6-foot tall and 170 pounds.
He wore a Yankees cap and a T-shirt that said "loyalty" on the back.
From the NY Post:
Cops had the last laugh when they busted a Bonnie and Clyde duo, for a Queens bank robbery spree, in which the bandits taunted them in a strangely pleasant demand note.
The two suspects, a woman and her male accomplice, began their spree yesterday when they slipped a note to a teller at the Citibank on 71st Avenue near Austin Street in Forrest Hills, around 10 a.m.
"This is a stick-up. I will shoot someone now," the note threatened, police said. "Give me all your money and no dye packs." The note continued. "Now have a pleasant day and tell the 110 Pct. I said hey."
The same pair struck again moments later, and four blocks away, when they slipped a note to a teller at the HSBC bank on Queens Boulevard near Yellowstone Boulevard, police said.
They struck a third time, shortly before 11 a.m. and about a mile from the two other crime scene, when they raided the Cross County Federal Savings bank on Metropolitan Avenue near 71st Road, police said.
It is not clear how much loot the pair escaped with.
The same duo struck again around 10 a.m. today police said, however the details of that heist are unclear.
The pair had used a stolen black Chrysler Town and Country, with South Carolina license plates, to make their getaway in at least one of the heist, said cops. An alert was issued for that vehicle and a patrol cop spotted the car parked on Jamaica Avenue near 139th Street, in Jamaica this morning.
Investigators found the pair were cowering in a nearby motel, cops said.
Hopefully this chilling video of a gunpoint mugging will help police catch these brazen bandits.
The armed robbery took place near the 72nd street and Roosevelt Ave subway station in Queens, police said Wednesday.
On Sunday, July 7th at around 3 a.m., three men were caught on surveillance video at 35-38 75th Street after they followed a 20-year-old male from the train station to an apartment building.
The suspects allegedly pointed a black handgun at the victim and physically removed a cell phone and cash from him.
One suspect is described as a 5’10”, 140 pound black male. The second suspect is described as a 135 pound black male. The third is described only as a black male.
The suspects ran off in an unknown direction.