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Two men punch, stab and rob residents inside Astoria apartment

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Aug. 26, 2016 Staff Report

Two men were punched in the face inside their Astoria apartment—with one then being stabbed—by two suspects who broke in and stole a suitcase and $800, according to police.

The suspects punched two 27-year-old men in the face around 11:20pm Tuesday inside their 33rd Street and 31st Avenue apartment. When the victims tried to flee the apartment, one of them was stabbed in the hand and back.

The victim with the stab wounds was taken to a local hospital in critical but stable condition.

The first suspect has been described as a white man, 20 to 25 years old; last seen wearing a dark colored long sleeved shirt, dark pants and dark colored shoes.

The second suspect is also white, 20 to 25 years old; last seen wearing a gray t-shirt and dark colored shorts.

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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Astoria girls

My apartment was robbed yesterday too at the same block! They got in through the fire scape and took everything I had!!! The feeling of insecurity is terrible now.

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notfunny

Two suspects broke into an apt and we have people on this board making jokes. It is sad when people get used to the crime in the area and make jokes about it.

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Bruno

Curtis West, Are you embarrassed to be so ignorant? Well, at least the flashing of “white boys” photos on the Astoria post will shut your racist mouth on that topic anyway. If you want an accurate count on race and crime in Astoria just request it from the 114 pct. It’s public information. This will prove to you minorities commit a disproportionate amount of crime in the precinct, you babbling fool. Oh. by the way while you’re at it check out the race of the victims, you’ll find your brothers like to prey on other people of color. I guess your heart doesn’t bleed for them, you ignorant fool. Isn’t there a black blog you can post your foolish rants to?

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Curtis West

Whys it got to be about Curtis West. I been here 35 years I know whos the criminals. There is 0 breaking ins in Astoria and Queensbridge projects and 0 people getting robbed there either. I seen chinese and whites safe visiting all the time and no body ever bothers them. So don’t make it about Curtis West im speaking truth to power thats me

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Tyrome

Curtis I live in Queensbridge you liar. They bother everyone all the time. You must be on meth.

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Curtis West

And oh yea the 114 cops lie and are caught corupt with stupid fake counts. I know they belong in jail.for there famous cover ups and drug dealing. They control the drug deals and captain marks 114 pct is the main man. Making all the money. Do you even read the papers and see how corupt the type and the Jews are??? For real man ?

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Curtis West

White gayboys doing there thing. Proving my status implications that 99% of comitted crimes in astoria is by white boys. Not persons of color. Finely put there pictures for all.to see the face of true crime. Smh put them

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GoTrump

Then you’re not reading most of the posts. But clearly, based on your writing skills, English isn’t your first language.

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