Hanson Place Bank Robbed: This Week's Police Blotter

Incident occurred at the Carver Federal Savings Bank on Jan. 22.

This blotter was compiled using information provided by the New York Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.


Grand Larceny

At 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 24 a crook took a woman's cell phone, cash and identification while she was at the Department of Motor Vehicles at 625 Atlantic Ave. The 30-year-old victim told police that she went to the DMV to renew her driver’s license, and when she left an hour later, she realized her cell phone, $350 in cash, her identification and social security card was missing. Upon further investigation, she found that someone had used her cell phone after she lost it. The crook got away with a total of $850 goods.



At 11:15 a.m. on Jan. 22 a perp robbed the Carver Federal Savings Bank at 4 Hanson Place, getting away with nearly $3,000. A 34-year-old teller told police that a man, described as a 35-year-old white man standing about 6-foot and weighing approximately 180 pounds, passed a note requesting $20 bills and $50 bills. After passing the note, the robber said, “They’re going to kill my kids.” The teller handed him $2,749 and he fled on foot. 

At approximately 2 p.m. on Jan. 17 two knife-wielding crooks robbed a man while riding a 4 train near Atlantic Ave-Barclays Center station. The 18-year-old victim told police that a man with a blonde mohawk and woman with short black hair and blotchy skin, approached him while he was riding a northbound 4 train at around and demanded his iPhone. The man, who was white and stood 5-foot-7 with pimples on his face, pulled out a knife and said, “If you don’t want to get stabbed, give up your phone.” The woman, who was white and stood about 5-foot-4, then took his iPhone out of his pocket. The duo ran off the train at Atlantic Ave-Barclays Center.

Lolo January 31, 2013 at 12:23 AM
I love the fact that you mention the assailants on the train were white. Good work!!


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