An older disabled man was attacked and swindled by a masked suspect up to speed a bus in New York City this month, according to regulators.
The disturbing incident unfolded on Staten Isle in August, but NYPD just released footage hoping of obtaining information about the particular suspect.
“ On 8/13/22 at approx. 9: 10 PM, on a S40 Coach near Clinton Ave plus Richmond Terrace on Staten Island, the suspect approached a 64-year-old male in a wheelchair and forcibly taken out cash, ” NYPD explained in a statement.
Surveillance footage displays the suspect approach the particular victim from the rear of a nearly-empty MTA bus.
The particular suspect suddenly ambushes the particular disabled man, ultimately tearing $250 in cash in the man’s shirt pocket during a struggle, sources told the New York Article .
The victim briefly attempts to fight back however the suspect breaks free and runs off the bus.
Additional footage of the suspect taken by cameras at a nearby convenience store show a black male, estimated to be in his 20s.
Interestingly, the particular Post neglected to mention any details about the suspect’s competition, which is a recurring theme in mainstream media’s coverage of crime.
An investigation is usually ongoing.
Authorities are wondering anyone with pertinent tips to contact NYPD Crime Stoppers .
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