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Ridgewood Man Attacked and Robbed On Harman Street

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Nov. 26, 2018 By Laura Hanrahan

Police are searching for two suspects who stomped on a man’s head as part of a violent robbery in Ridgewood earlier this month.

The men allegedly attacked their 37-year-old victim at about 5 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18, while he was walking home along Harman Street, between Woodward and Onderdonk Avenues.

The pair then pushed the victim from behind and knocked him to the ground. They then stomped on his head before removing his wallet and fled the scene.

The victim was taken to Elmhurst Hospital and treated for a laceration and swelling above his left eye.

Anyone with information pertaining to this incident is asked to call the 104 Detective Squad at (718) 386-2723.

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