Subway Phone Theft: Police Hunt for Brazen Robbery Suspect!


Cybersecdn- The New York City Police Department has swiftly responded to a robbery incident at the Grand Avenue-Newton subway station, leading to the arrest of a suspect. The crime, which occurred on the southbound “R” platform on January 9 around 2:30 pm, involved the theft of a cellphone from a 54-year-old male victim.

Police Hunt for Brazen Robbery Suspect

In a bold move, two unidentified individuals approached the victim and forcibly snatched his cell phone. When the victim gave chase, one of the perpetrators brandished a knife, escalating the situation before both suspects fled on foot. Fortunately, the incident did not result in any physical injuries.

Read More: Tragic Hit-And-Run in Hell’s Kitchen Injures Mother and Two Children!

JFK Airport Shocker: Cocaine Disguised in Frozen Shrimp Bags!

Highway Alert: ODOT Appeals for Safer Driving Around Their Trucks!

The NYPD’s diligent investigation led to the arrest of 18-year-old Matthew Siltz from the Bronx. Siltz, now charged with robbery, is linked to this distressing incident, highlighting the ongoing challenges of maintaining safety in the city’s public transportation hubs.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.