Man Stabbed and Robbed Outside Store: NYPD Seeks Public Help
In the dead of night, around 1:30 am on December 17, a 35-year-old man found himself outside a furniture store adjacent to a storefront church on White Plains Road. In a chilling turn of events, two men approached him and violently stabbed him in the leg, according to the authorities.
The assailants proceeded to forcefully take $250 in cash from the victim before fleeing toward the southern direction of White Plains Road, leaving the victim injured and in distress.
EMS swiftly responded to the scene, rushing the wounded man to St. Barnabas Hospital. Fortunately, his condition was stabilized upon admission to the medical facility.
The NYPD provided descriptions of the suspects involved in this harrowing attack. The first suspect is described as a male with a dark complexion and a slender build. He was last seen donning a black vest over a black hooded sweatshirt, dark sweatpants, and eye-catching red and black sneakers.
Meanwhile, the second suspect, also a male with a dark complexion and a slim build, was seen wearing a multicolored jacket with a light-hued hooded sweatshirt beneath, complemented by black pants and distinctive black and white sneakers.
Law enforcement is urging anyone with information regarding this distressing incident to come forward and assist in the ongoing investigation.
The NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline, reachable at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish speakers, at 1-888-57-PISTA (74782), is open for individuals willing to provide details. Moreover, tips can be submitted online through the CrimeStoppers website at https://crimestoppers.nypdonline.org/ or via Twitter @NYPDTips. An assurance of strict confidentiality accompanies all calls and submissions.
This incident stands as a disturbing testament to the necessity of community cooperation and vigilance. Authorities seek the collaboration of residents in sharing any relevant information that might lead to the identification and apprehension of the suspects, ensuring the safety and security of the neighborhood.