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VOL. 110, NO. 15
NOVEMBER 8 — 14, 2018
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BY MARK HALLUM
The NYPD is looking for a
pair of women suspected of
swiping up to $10,000 in cash
and jewels from a victim who lives
in the 104th Precinct who the pair
approached on the street.
The 33-year-old victim told police
she was walking in front of 223
Wyckoff Ave. on the Ridgewood/
Bushwick border when two other
women asked her for directions and
showed her a piece of white paper at
around 12:10 p.m. on Oct. 19.
This is the last thing the victim
recalls before she found herself
walking along St. Nicholas Avenue
between Bleecker Street and Greene
Avenue, according to police. Authorities
did not elaborate on why there
is a lapse in the victim’s memory.
When she returned to her home,
police said, she discovered that a
drawer in which she kept $8,000
was open; the cash was gone, along
with about $2,000 in jewelry.
The victim told NYPD that whoever
entered her home had left behind a
yellow bag, she remembered seeing
one of the women who approached
her on the street carrying it.
The victim reported the incident
to the police at 3:10 p.m. the same day.
No arrests have been made and
the investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information on the
two individuals are asked to call the
104th Precinct Detective Squad at
718-386-2723 or Detective Borough
Queens North at 718-520-9200. All calls
and messages are kept confi dential.
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