Police in Harlem are looking for a man who they said was caught on camera throwing a woman to the ground and robbing her.
Police released surveillance video Monday of a vehicle believed to be involved in a hit-and-run accident last week that left a bicyclist in critical condition in Harlem.
Police have released surveillance video of two men who they said tried to stab a clerk at a Queens deli during an apparent robbery.
Police said when first responders arrived on the scene, they found 40-year-old Luis Garcia unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the head.
The suspect was last seen entering an elevator on the sixth level of the parking garage, authorities said.
The victim sustained a deep cut to the side of her face as well as bruising ans swelling on her head and face, police said.
Police said the suspect struck five homes in the Ozone Park section of the borough between May 9 and May 21, stealing jewelry and cash.
So far, the men have been linked to eight different armed robberies spanning Brooklyn, the Bronx and Manhattan since April 4.
A man seen on surveillance video dragging and dumping an incoherent woman on a Queens street has not been arrested and will not be charged, sources told CBS2.
Police are asking for help in identifying a woman they found unresponsive and incoherent in the Richmond Hill section of Queens Saturday.
The suspects have struck at least seven stores since late January. Police said the robbers target high-end businesses including Bond Street Chocolate, a cosmetic shop on Spring Street, an art gallery and clothing store on Mott Street.
Police on Monday released a surveillance video in the robbery of a NoLIta wine store – one of several robberies in Lower Manhattan that police believe are connected.
Authorities said the suspect brandished a gun at around 4:20 p.m. on Friday before shooting a 24-year-old man in the torso.
Authorities said they found 44-year-old Paul Dwyer unconscious behind the wheel of his Honda Pilot with a gunshot wound to his torso on Thursday afternoon.
According to Nassau County police, the 21-year-old woman arrived at her basement apartment on Oliver Avenue in Westbury to find the door open.