NYC subway rider victim of a strong-armed robbery in lower Manhattan

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On 11/12/22 @ 10:45 PM a 30-yr-old male was entering the Essex St & Delancey St train station @NYPD7PCT when two unknown individuals approached him & forcibly removed his property.
On 11/12/22 @ 10:45 PM a 30-yr-old male was entering the Essex St & Delancey St train station @NYPD7PCT when two unknown individuals approached him & forcibly removed his property.

NEW YORK – New York City police officers responded to a strong-armed robbery inside the Essex Street and Delancey Street station in Manhattan’s Lower East Side earlier this month. On Wednesday, detectives with the NYPD’s 7th Precinct released a video of the suspects involved in the robbery.

According to police, on November 10th, two suspects approached a 30-year-old man inside the station and by force, robbed him. At this time, it is not believed any weapons were displayed or used. The man was uninjured.

The suspects fled the station but were seen nearby on surveillance video cameras inside a bodega. If you recognize these suspects please contact the NYPD Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS.

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