Stolen Thunderbird abandoned in Fresh Meadows

Police search for the driver of a stolen car who was also suspected of robbing a woman's purse. Photo by Rich Bockmann
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FRESH MEADOWS — Police were searching for the driver of a stolen white Ford Thunderbird found parked last Thursday with a broken rear passenger window on 58th Avenue near 190th Street.

Police said the car was stolen near the intersection of 197th Street and 69th Avenue in the 107th Precinct, on Parsons Boulevard, and the driver is suspected of stealing a woman’s purse. It was not known how the car ended up across the Long Island Expressway in the 111th Precinct, in Bayside.

A police helicopter was searching for the driver of the car last Thursday after it was found abandoned on the street.

Reader Feedback

Anonymous from Fresh.meadows says:
Good to know NO JUSTICE was served. 12 cops showed up to MY HOUSE and spent close to an hour wasting their time searching my property when I had NOTHING to do with this. Another felon still roaming the streets since he got away thanks to this house being raided. Good looks,nypd
Feb. 10, 2012, 3:26 am

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