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Two Women and a Man Wanted for Assault and Robbery in LIC: NYPD

Vicinity of 39 Avenue and 31 Street (Google Maps)

May 13, 2019 By Meghan Sackman

A troublesome trio are wanted by police for assaulting and then robbing a 41-year-old woman on the border of LIC/Astoria last month, police announced today.

According to police, two women and man ambushed the victim from behind on April 22 at around 11:20 p.m. in the vicinity of 39 Avenue and 31 Street.

The suspects allegedly snuck up behind the victim, began to punch her in the head and body, and then pushed her to the ground. One of the suspects then removed the victim’s cellphone and all three fled in an unknown direction.

EMS responded to the scene but the victim refused treatment.

The first individual is described by police as male, black, in his late teens or early twenties. He was last seen wearing a light colored cap, light jacket, light pants and dark shoes.

The second individual is described as female, black, and also in her late teens or early twenties. She was last seen wearing all dark clothing.

The third individual is described as female, black, and in her late teens or early twenties as well. She was last seen wearing a light colored shirt and pants.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

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AOC yes its really me replying from DC

if we just give these people basic income they wouldnt have to rob people to put food on the table!!! support my new green deal america!!

Pa Ingalls

We refuse to pay people to do nothing.

These people are too used to NOT being held accountable for their lives and existences. And they learned it from home.


Spoken like an internet troll who doesn’t know what the Green New Deal is. Nice job, dummy.

Hellgate Harry

Why doesn’t the 114th precinct have officers walking the beat? Why aren’t there police officers on foot throughout the neighborhood?

Pat Macnamara

DiBlasio city! Cook the stats while petty crimes go on and criminals are free to roam the streets. Meanwhile Costa is worried about a grocery store

Why does that sound completely false??

Pat Macnamaracist is there any reason to believe “criminals are free to roam the streets” or you just forgot your meds today?

Joey O.

I lived in Astoria my whole life and this man is correct. Crime in this neighborhood has gone up and alot of it is preying on older people in the area. Get your facts before you knock some one else. Take a walk to the 114th pct. on Astoria bvd. and talk to the desk Sargent and ask him. Robberies attempted rapes shootings are all up and preying on senior citizens.

Bill de Blowsio

If you know anyone in law enforcement, ask for yourself. Crime rate statistics are skewed.

Butte weeda and 9trey

A Leeberal” judge will give them piece of mind when he releases them on the condition they right an essay on why not to commit wealth re distribution via force. They shall compose and write on a blackboard 1000 times. “Violence is not the answer” Thou shalt not rob and pilfer”

ANOTHER Trumptard who doesn't know English?!

“right” an essay? Were you trying to say “write” an essay? Maybe if you had written more essays in school you’d have basic knowledge of first-grade English.

Joey O.

Did you ever think he may just be a dumb Democrat who voted for Hillary Clinton .

Butter weed and 9trey

Such a silly man. thank you for showing my error. Yes I am voting trump in the next election.


Dangerous under the subway tracks, especially with all the construction going on in the area.


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