Police continued to search Thursday for a suspect who followed a 74-year-old woman into her garage, and robbed her of an expensive diamond engagement ring, in Woodmere, Long Island.
Nassau County police were searching Wednesday night for a suspect who accosted and robbed a 74-year-old woman in broad daylight in Woodmere.
According to police, the suspect has broken into 25 homes, stealing jewelry, money and electronics.
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Police on Saturday were searching for a suspect who stormed into a house in Greenwich Village, pistol-whipped two men, and made off with jewelry and $1,400 in cash.
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Authorities conducted a major bust of counterfeit bags, watchers and sunglasses Wednesday afternoon at a small store in Lower Manhattan.
It happened around 4 p.m. Sunday at Travers Fine Jewelry on Madison Avenue. The entire incident was captured on the store’s surveillance video.
The suspect has a tattoo of a bulldog on his right shoulder and a tattoo of praying hands on his right forearm, police said.
In May a rash of break-ins bothered homes and businesses in Fair Lawn along the Route 208 corridor. Now, thieves have started to target homes. They have been grabbing anything they can find to sell or trade online, according to authorities.
Police believe that the same man is responsible for robbing Ken Julien on July 10, in that incident he made off with two diamond rings, a gold chain, and a gold bracelet.
As vice president of product development, Lederhaas-Okun had authority to “check out” jewelry from Tiffany to provide to potential manufacturers to determine production costs. Authorities allege that after she left Tiffany in February, the company discovered she had checked out 164 items that were never returned.
The NYPD is looking for two teens who’ve been allegedly targeting older women and snatching their jewelry in the Baychester section of the Bronx.