Police: Suspects Forced Man To Withdraw Money From Bronx ATM At Gunpoint

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding two suspects wanted in connection with a robbery in the Bronx.

Around 11 a.m. Monday, police said a man and woman walked up to a 20-year-old man on Trinity Avenue and forced him at gunpoint to a nearby ATM to withdraw money.

Once they received the money, police said the suspects fled in an unknown direction.

The male suspect is believed to 6-feet-tall and about 220 pounds.

Police said he has a tear drop tattoo under his right eye.

The suspect was last seen wearing a white wool cap and a white hooded pull over sweatshirt with a Champion logo on the front.

The female suspect is believed to be between 15- and 18-years-old. She was last seen wearing a waist length tan jacket and a red/blue wool hat.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

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  1. Al Sharpton Ice Hockey Clinic says:

  2. JPZingher says:

    They’re lucky. Police data shows that 3% to 6% of all murders involves the killer using the victim’s ATM card. That’s 500-1000 murders per year. Maybe the banks would like to explain this?

  3. Blasterific says:

    Gee those white guys got nothing better to do than give away their money.

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