Police on Tuesday were searching for a pair of suspects who held up two Subway restaurants and a gas station at gunpoint in Queens.
A man has been going around Queens telling people he is a police officer, and stealing items as he frisks them, police said Friday.
The suspect threatened to shoot the victim if he did not give him his phone, police said.
Investigators say that just after midnight one man distracted a worker while another man entered the lot’s office at East Burnside and Valentine avenues.
Residents are on edge as police continue to search for a knife-wielding suspect wanted for robberies on the Upper West Side.
Police on Thursday were searching for a pair of suspects who allegedly robbed two women in separate incidents in Queens last week.
Police on Monday were searching for a suspect in a string of robberies that targeted two convenience stores, a gas station and a hardware store in Queens.
There have been five robberies and one attempted robbery in the East Village and SoHo since January, according to police.
In some cases police said the thieves attached chains to their car and pulled the units out of the wall.
There have been 13 robberies at gas stations and a convenience store since December. At least three of the businesses may have been struck twice.
Police identified a suspect Monday in a string of robberies – some of them at gunpoint – in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
Police on Thursday were searching for two suspects in the robbery of six delivery trucks in Upper Manhattan and the Bronx over the past month.
Between the two robberies the suspect stole a total of $1,900 from the cash register, police said.
Sgt. John Giambrone said the men targeted business owners, believing they had large amounts of cash on them.
On Friday night at 953 Westchester Ave. in the East Morrisania section of the Bronx, a man got a haircut before he and his two friends used a gun to rob the patrons and remove the cash register, police said.