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The 104th Precinct would like to make you aware of an incident that occurred Thursday March 30, 2023, at approximately 10:50 pm. Police responded to calls of an Asian Male who was robbed in the vicinity of 73 Place and 68 Road while delivering food to 68-xx 73rd Place. The victim stated he was approached by 2 males who struck him with a metal pipe and removed $300 from him. The perpetrators then fled on foot heading South on 73 Place. The victim was removed to a local hospital where he was treated for his injuries. This is the second incident of this kind in that vicinity. Both incidents involve a delivery person, and both took place between 10:30 pm and 11:00 pm. Perpetrators call to order a food delivery, when the delivery person arrives perpetrator then strike him with a metal object and remove his money. Please be aware of this taking place. If anyone has information regarding this incident, please call the 104th Precinct Community Affairs Office.

Thank you,

Police Officer Michael Berish
104th Precinct - Community Affairs
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How about the precint pose as delivery men in this area and catch the evil guys who are doing this????

The 104th precinct doesn't have to make us aware. We see what's going on over the city everywhere. We need more police patrols but are told there's no funds and a shortage of officers. But there's enough money for parades, fairs, free mammograms and prostate tests at parks. Now I'm supposed to put my garbage out after 8 pm. Well tell me what time the cops will drive down my block so they can catch the thug who's out there to hit me over the head when I do that! This post is pointless.

So they mention the victim is Asian. How about the perps race. Why the city don’t mention this. This doesn’t help. Teenagers? In 20’s. Or 30’s.

Keep electing democrats nyc fools

Gunfire in Maspeth:

At 12:30 am, we responded to 71st Street & 54th Avenue for reports of shots fired. A canvas by responding officers resulted in 8x casings recovered in front of 54-XX 71st Street. Witness states he observed a male Black wearing all black discharge multiple rounds and flee N/B on 71st Street on foot. No one was injured.

Investigation is on going.

Deputy Inspector Kevin Coleman
104th Precinct
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