Wednesday, September 3, 2014

NYPD searching for this East 6th Street robbery suspect



The NYPD has released a video of the suspect in connection with the robbery early Monday morning outside 405 East Sixth St. between Avenue A and First Avenue. (The Post originally reported the robbery taking place on Avenue A and East Ninth Street.)

The suspect reportedly used a knife to hold up a 35-year-old woman and take her purse and wallet with $300 in cash as well as her iPhone.

The video via CBS is a little on "The X-Files" side… and we'll try to get a version in which you don't have to watch a Papa John's commercial beforehand … Video updated via the NYPD...



Anyone with information that could help in the investigation is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). You may also submit tips online.

11 comments:

ShutUpHooker said...

The glowing eyes are a nice touch, it could be corrected in Photoshop... but what the hell it makes him look more EVIL

Anonymous said...

He looks menacing

East Village Today said...

A blurry-headed guy with x-ray sunglasses. I'll be on the lookout!

Giovanni said...

This photo of a Being From Another Planet proves once and for all that our PC police department is very reluctant to engage in race-baiting when it comes to finding extra-terrestrial suspects.

Gojira said...

Max Headroom!

Xelnrm Van Gelder said...

You Earth people have glorified organized violence for forty centuries, yet you want to imprison those who employ it privately.

Interesting.

Anonymous said...

"this used to be a safe neighborhood" as one young woman reportedly said recently.

BagelGuy said...
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Anonymous said...

Local crime news sponsored by Pizza Hut! You work up a real hunger attacking innocent women. Fill up with Pizza Hut!

BagelGuy said...
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Giovanni said...

Looks like the East Village Bagel guys had second thoughts about inviting the local thug over for little bagel and schmear therapy and removed their comments. Too bad, I was really looking forward to it.