FLUSHING — A quartet of suspects were arrested Friday on charges of being involved in a series of commercial robberies since the summer, police said.
Joseph Suce, 24, of Brooklyn; Arvel Bullock, 40, of the Bronx; Xzavian Woney, 21, of the Bronx; and Fred Littles, 41, of Brooklyn, were charged with robbery for allegedly holding up a dozen Queens establishments, according to investigators.
The first incident took place Aug. 11 at a BP gas station at 31st Avenue and 31st Street, police said. On Aug. 31, the four men allegedly held up another gas station a few blocks away at 31st Street and Astoria Boulevard, according to investigators.
On Sept. 11, they robbed a gas station at 56th Street and Broadway and four days later robbed another gas station at 41st Avenue and 21st Street, police said. On Oct. 1, they allegedly robbed a gas station at 37th Avenue and 21st Street and two weeks later allegedly robbed another gas station at 63rd Street and Broadway, according to police.
They robbed a Laundromat at 31st Street and 31st Avenue Oct. 22 and another Laundromat at 62nd Street and Northern Boulevard Oct. 28, investigators said.
Two days later, the suspects allegedly robbed a 7-Eleven store at 79th Street and Northern Boulevard, according to investigators. On Nov. 1 they robbed another 7-Eleven store at 31st Street and Thompson Avenue, police said.
They then robbed two undisclosed stores in Flushing Nov. 16, investigators said.
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