Two scooter-riding Bronx muggers robbed 4 individuals inside about a half-hour — with one suspect shrugging, “It’s nothing personal” earlier than swiping even the victims’ footwear, cops stated Tuesday.
The armed suspects – who have been caught on surveillance video on their experience and are nonetheless in the wind – additionally made off with the victims’ chains and $2,300 in money throughout their Sunday spree, authorities stated.
The pair first focused a 42-year-old man simply earlier than 3 p.m. at University Avenue and West one hundred and eightieth Street in University Heights, authorities stated.
The scooter’s passenger hopped off the experience and pointed a gun at their sufferer as he snarled, “You know what this is!” cops stated.
Then he grabbed the sufferer’s pockets, which held $800, in addition to his personal identification and bank cards earlier than taking off, police stated.
About quarter-hour later, the duo struck once more on East 183rd Street close to Morris Avenue in Fordham Heights, authorities stated.
They caught up a 50-year-old man who was sitting on the entrance steps of a constructing, cops stated.
The identical passenger suspect obtained off the scooter and flashed a gun as he allegedly snapped, “Give me your chain!”
He then grabbed the jewellery earlier than getting again on the scooter and being whizzed off northbound on Walton Avenue, cops stated.
At the dastardly duo’s last cease one other quarter-hour later, they allegedly robbed two males, ages 19 and 20.
The victims have been strolling when the pair pulled as much as them on Boone Avenue in Charlotte Gardens, cops stated.
The passenger pointed a gun on the victims and sneered, “It’s nothing personal. Give us everything,” authorities stated.
They grabbed the victims’ footwear off their toes, in addition to two chains and $1,500 money, cops stated.
The suspects, who seem like in their 20s, fled as soon as once more on their scooter.
No accidents have been reported in any of the incidents.