Violent random assaults on innocent victims known as “knockout” attacks have been making headlines in the Tri-State Area for months, and they are spreading.
NYPD investigators were on the scene of a shooting at a grocery store in the Bronx on Saturday morning.
No one was seriously injured Tuesday evening when a car slammed into a Trader Joe’s grocery store in Westchester County.
A popular Long Island grocery store chain reported Thursday that it had been the victim of a data breach affecting credit card systems at three of its stores.
No injuries were reported Sunday night when an extra-alarm fire ripped through a grocery store and Laundromat in Harlem.
Police on Tuesday were looking for a man who kissed and sexually abused a 9-year-old girl in a Queens grocery store.
An employee was shot in the shoulder Monday during a robbery in broad daylight at a grocery store in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn.
Police Tuesday were looking for a man who pinched a 13-year-old girl’s bottom this past weekend in a Bronx grocery store.
Police say two employees were inside when the suspect walked in with a gun and said “if you want to live don’t do anything.”
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Authorities said Alexander Molina, 34, has taken cash from delis, grocery stores and a liquor store. The incidents took place on April 24 and 25.
It’s not just pain at the pump that’s causing frustration in the Tri-State Area. After 35 straight days of rising gas prices, the checkout lane will soon become more painful as well.
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