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NCPD Crime Alert: Three Men Wanted for Nassau Robbery Spree

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The Robbery Squad is investigating Robberies that occurred in Uniondale, Freeport and Baldwin on June 25, 2014 between 12:55 am and 1:50 am.

Freeport, NY - June 25th, 2014 - The Robbery Squad is investigating Robberies that occurred in Uniondale, Freeport and Baldwin on June 25, 2014 between 12:55 am and 1:50 am.

According to detectives, at 12:55 am three male black subjects approached two 20 year old male victims walking near the corner of Greengrove Avenue and Hempstead Boulevard, Hempstead. The subjects displayed a shotgun, ordered the victims to the ground, and demanded they empty their pockets. After the victim’s complied the subjects fled on foot east on Hempstead Boulevard. Proceeds were a wallet, cell phone, credit cards, and an undisclosed amount of US currency. There were no injuries reported.

At 1:50 am the three male black subjects approached a 24 year old male victim who was standing outside of his parked auto on Newton Avenue in Baldwin. The subjects displayed a shot gun and demanded the victim to empty his pockets and also two 23 year old female passengers sitting in the car. After the subjects obtained wallets, cell phones, and an undisclosed amount of US currency the subjects fled on foot south on Brookwood Drive. There were no injuries reported,

At 3:10 am the three male black subjects approached a taxi driver who was sitting in his cab on Mount Avenue, Freeport. They displayed a shotgun and demanded money. The subjects then fled in a gray auto south on Mount Avenue  after obtaining the victim’s car keys, cell phone and an undisclosed amount of US currency. There were no injuries reported.

The subjects are described as male blacks. Subject one is in his twenties, 6’00” tall, dark skinned, and armed with a shotgun.

Subject two is described to be in his twenties, slim build, blue/white t shirt.

Subject three is described as dark skinned and in his twenties.

Detectives request anyone with information regarding these crimes to contact the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.

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