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Thieves sought by cops following two Astoria burglaries

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Jan. 16, 2016 Staff Report

The police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying three people in regards to two burglaries that took place in Astoria in recent weeks.

The men were caught on surveillance camera and the footage was released by police today.

On December 16 at 9:45 pm, an individual entered the European Wax Center, located at 30-19 Steinway Street, and stole a purse which contained credit cards.  Several individuals then used the credit card to make purchases at a nearby pizzeria.

On January 6 at 12:30 am, several individuals entered a building located at 30-62 Steinway Street and entered an office belonging to the Astoria Computer Solutions, where they removed a computer and 5 iPhones before fleeing.

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

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He in a school with my sister it’s is12 somethings I don’t know the last number I think it’s 6 or 5

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It’s really sad how a kid this young is starting off his life like this. What a waste of life.

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