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Two Men Brandishing a Gun Rob Three Women in Astoria Massage Parlor

handcuffs-250x2502July 3, 2016 Staff Report

Two gun-toting men entered an Astoria massage parlor Friday, forced three women into a room and then took off with their cash and an iPhone, according to police.

The men entered the parlor, located at 37-16 Broadway, at 3:40 am July 1, displayed a firearm and then forced the women into a room before robbing them of an undetermined amount of money and an iPhone. They then fled the location.

The two men were both described as Hispanic, approximately 28-years-old and about 170lbs.

One of the suspects was also described as being 5’8”, with long hair, dark complexion and wearing a military style hat.

The other was also described as having light complexion and wearing a gray shirt.

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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Whocares

Massage parlor — yeah, right. Everybody recognizes what services these dumps are really offering. Who cares what happens to them. Lock them and the owners up.

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