New method of assault in New York City – El Nacional

New York.- Many people in this city show desperation to obtain, at any cost, valuable possessions, be it gold chains, rings, rings, or money on display, so criminal acts seek another direction to advance in a new way.

A grumpy customer was videotaped jumping at a table at approximately 3:00 p.m. last Thursday in an attempted robbery at the Burger King restaurant located on the Grand Concourse on 150th Street in the Bronx. Police released the information on Thursday.

You can see the criminal pretending to order something and passing a small bill and when the cashier opened the cashier to get back, there he pounced on him, randomly taking $250 off the cash register.

But her assault was thwarted because two of the servants grabbed her and threw her to the floor with a chokehold, and took her money; Then the attacker managed to leave and the police are now chasing him. One of the employees was injured.

The uniformed woman describes the criminal as approximately 20 years old, 5 feet 7 inches tall, dark skinned and slender build. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call 1-800-577-8477 and in Spanish, 1-888-577-4782).

Also via All communications are strictly confidential.

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For information on Dominicans residing in the city or those intending to visit the Big Apple, this year there have been several incidents of violence in New York City at fast food restaurants, including:

On Friday, a 28-year-old married couple was attacked and injured by three strangers who attacked them unprovoked around 3:45 p.m., at Popeye’s, located on Sixth Avenue in Manhattan.

Also, at Wendy’s in Brooklyn an employee was seriously injured. Additionally, employee Crystal Byron Nevis of Burger King located at 154 E. 116th Street in Harlem, was shot dead.

A customer was badly beaten during a robbery at a McDonald’s, and Hispanic employee Angel Miguel Salazar was stabbed at another McDonald’s in East Harlem. Both events are in Manhattan.

Another McDonald’s worker was shot in the neck in Brooklyn, among several other accidents.

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