CAMBRIA HEIGHTS — The NYPD was seeking the public’s assistance in locating two suspects wanted in connection with a string of robberies and one attempted robbery in Cambria Heights and two in Brooklyn.
According to authorities, the suspects, both black men in their 20s, entered each location displaying firearms and demanding cash.
In the two Brooklyn incidents March 1 and March 8, the suspects entered the locations with guns drawn and fled with an unknown amount of money, cops said.
The suspects also got away with cash from one Cambria Heights location March 6, but were rebuffed at a different location March 15.
Police said there were no injuries reported in any of the incidents.
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