Police say the suspect entered a grocery store at 1274 Bronx River Avenue, jumped over the counter and demanded money from a store employee while claiming he had a gun.
Investigators say the suspect jumped into a Honda Odyssey in the Bronx Saturday afternoon, then sped off with a 3-year-old in the back seat.
The suspect left the the Lenox Finest Grocery and Deli with stolen money and scratch off lottery tickets, according to police.
The tragedy happened at 203 Underhill Avenue in Prospect Heights.
Surveillance cameras installed in Atlantic City’s jitneys a year ago have proved to be a valuable tool for law enforcement.
Police say the pair struck at all times of the day in prominently high traffic areas, including Chelsea, Midtown and the West Village.
The most recent victim suffered lacerations to her arms and face as well as a broken ankle.
Investigators say the man approached his victim at 87th street in Ozone Park when he demanded the woman’s cash, jewelry, cell phone and iPod.
Police say the suspect followed his 70-year-old victim into her apartment building in the Kensington section of Brooklyn.
Bloomberg said no one should generalize about any group, but authorities must respond to the threat of criminal activity.
Footage from the store shows him being attacked as he nears his car, and being forced into another car.
The most recent incident took place Saturday night inside the subway station at 59th Street and Lexington Avenue. It would be the 10th incident of its kind since January.
Police released four grainy surveillance photos of the two gunmen who’ve robbed three 7-11 stores and a pizzeria within the past two weeks.
Video from a subway station at 77th and Lexington shows the man police suspect in a string of groping attacks dating back to May.
Surveillance cameras on March 22 caught the suspects as they walked into the store on Willis Avenue in Mott Haven, grabbed another woman by the hair, and started punching her.