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Man Steals Cellphone from Doctor’s Office in Astoria, police say

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June 15, 2016 Staff Report

A man entered a doctor’s office in Astoria earlier this month and allegedly took a woman’s cell phone that was placed on top of a desk.

The incident took place at 1:00 pm, Thursday, June 2, at 28-18 31st Street. The suspect stole the 32-year-old woman’s phone and then fled the office.

The police have footage of the suspect who is described as a white man, approximately 38-years-old, 5’ 7”, 200lbs, light complexion and last seen wearing a white hat and white tank T-Shirt.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

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Come on! That is not true. Over weight thieves are easier to catch up to, stop and spot.


-Nice Hat WestWay is at 71-11 Astoria Blvd, East Elmhurst, NY 11370. You’re way off, stupid. Ravenswood and Astoria Houses are much closer to the scene. We see you’re a politicizing imbecile.


you’ve failed to catch more than one example humor and sarcasm in this thread, and now, blatantly obvious ball busting. You’re certainly not a NY’er, that’s for sure.


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