At a little after 10 in the morning of Saturday, May 4, a 27-year-old woman was walking down the street at the intersection of Broadway and 66th Street when an unknown perpetrator approached her from behind. He thrust an object into her back, saying, “Be quiet and give me your wallet.” She surrendered her wallet to the perpetrator, who then fled southbound on Broadway. Police conducted a canvas of the area but were unable to locate the robber. There was a camera at the location, which police hope will enable them to identify the suspect. Items in the victim’s wallet included her New York State driver’s license, bank cards, and $62 in cash.
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