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Watch: Two Men Assault Deliveryman And Steal His Scooter Outside Woodside Restaurant

July 27, 2021 By Christian Murray

Two men are wanted for stealing a food deliveryman’s scooter outside the Woodside restaurant where he worked.

The suspects approached the victim outside Pollo Mario Restaurant, located at 62-01 Woodside Ave.,  and demanded his bike when he returned from a delivery at around at around 6:35 p.m. on July 14.

The perpetrators allegedly arrived on the scene both on one scooter. One of the men dismounted and demanded the deliveryman’s scooter and then removed the victim’s helmet from the handlebars and threw at him.

One of the men then got on the victim’s $4,000 scooter and left the scene. The victim was not injured.

Police have released photos and video taken from the scene of the incident.

Anyone with information in relation to the robbery is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

Two men allegedly stole a deliveryman’s scooter outside Pollo Mario Restaurant, located at 62-01 Woodside Ave., on July 14 (NYPD and GMaps)

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