A man is being sought by police for stealing money from a food vendor’s truck in South Richmond Hill on Aug. 25.
Just after 8 a.m., the suspect gained intro into the 41-year-old victim’s food truck, which was parked in the vicinity of Liberty Avenue and 120th Street, by forcing open a rear door, police said. Once inside, the suspect removed $140 in cash and fled in an unknown direction.
The suspect is described as a white man with salt and pepper hair who was last seen wearing a black T-shirt, black sweatpants and white sneakers.
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating two individuals who are wanted in connection with multiple grand larcenies that occurred in June and July in Long Island.
On July 26, a 57-year-old man who lives in the confines of the 106th Precinct contacted police around 4 p.m. after two unidentified men made various purchases with the victim’s credit card account. The suspects used the victim’s card at various stores inside the Walt Whitman Mall in Huntington Station in June and July for a total of $25,000. At the time, the victim was in possession of his credit cards.
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in location a man wanted in connection with a two-incident robbery and grand larceny pattern in South Ozone Park in early September.
On Sept. 3, the suspect approached a 42-year-old man from behind in front of 125-01 125th St. and snatched his neck chain, which is valued at $350. The suspect fled on foot northbound on 125th Street. At 103rd Avenue, he entered a red SUV, which was driven by another unidentified individual.
Then, on Sept. 6., the suspect approached a 52-year-old man from behind in front of 122-21 111th Ave. and forcibly removed his three neck chains, which are valued at $2,500. The suspect fled on foot westbound on 111th Avenue to 122nd Street, where he entered a red SUV, which was driven by another individual.