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Suspects linked to string of borough robberies: Cops

Police believe this man and another suspect are behind nine burglaries of Queens businesses. Photo courtesy NYPD
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WHITESTONE — Police were searching for two suspects they believe burglarized a Dunkin’ Donuts, at 10-29 Clintonville St., late Nov. 26, capping off a string of nine similar incidents.

Authorities said the duo took an unknown amount of cash from the Dunkin’ Donuts.

Officers said they believe the suspects are linked to multiple late night burglaries committed between Aug. 8 and Nov. 26, including incidents in Flushing, Jamaica, Ozone Park, Richmond Hill and Ridgewood.

The two suspects have collectively stolen at least $7,600 in cash, 12 cigarette boxes, scratch-off lottery tickets, multiple Corona beers and Red Bull energy drinks and two video cameras, according to police.

Those with information should contact NYPD’s Crimestoppers by calling 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), visiting its website at or texting 274637 (CRIMES) and entering TIP577.

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Red the garbage man from Whitestone says:
WTF! This guys doing a burglary and talking on the phone . It may be a woman disguised as a man!
Jan. 2, 7:07 am

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