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11-Year-Old Boy Knocked to Ground, Robbed of Bicycle in Glendale: NYPD

Two of the wanted suspects. (NYPD)

July 3, 2019 By Laura Hanrahan

Police are searching for three boys wanted for robbing an 11-year-old of his bicycle in Glendale last month. 

On Saturday, June 22, around 5 p.m., the 11-year-old victim was riding his bike near 80th Street and Cooper Avenue when three boys approached him and offered him money for his bike. The young victim began to pedal away from the three suspects, who then chased him down and pushed him off the bicycle, causing lacerations to the boy’s elbow and knees, police said. 

The three suspects then stole the bike and fled in an unknown direction.

Two of the suspects, who both appear to be young boys themselves, are seen in surveillance camera footage riding a bike.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the 104 Precinct Detective Squad at 718-386-2723.

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stan chaz

Welcome to Trump’s America.
And I am sure that you will be the very first to sign up for paying the taxes needed to have a 24/7 cop on every single corner of this city.
Or would you prefer them stationed outside each and every residence?NYC crime is at record lows. Well done.


Huh? Are you ok? This is lack of parenting, buddy. Straight up. Nothing to do with who is in the White House.
The brainwashed following the brainwashed.


This is the dumbest comment I have ever seen on a post. Trying to blame President Trump for 3 little thugs in sanctuary city NYC. Blame your mayor, the parents, and most importantly the little imbeciles. President Trump has nothing to do with it.


Dan is right, this has nothing to with Trump, Trump is way too busy selling out to the Russians.


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