Nassau County Police Investigating Robbery in Freeport; Two Suspects Saught, Fled Scene in Gray Jaguar
Published on February 2, 2014 · Filed Under Crime
by Laura Cino
(Long Island, NY) The Nassau County Police Department is investigating a Robbery that occurred in Freeport on Friday, January 31, 2014 at 3:00 pm.
According to First Squad detectives, a 49 year old male victim was walking to his car that was parked on Church Street in field 11 when he approached from behind by an unknown subject that reached for his gold necklace.
According to Nassau County Police First Squad detectives, a 49 year old male was walking to his car parked on Church Street when he approached from behind by an unknown subject that reached for his gold necklace. Photo credit: NewsLI.com file photo by Christoper Boyle.
The victim reacted by using his right elbow to push him away. At this time a second subject that was driving a gray Jaguar got out and punched the victim in his face causing him to fall on the ground.
The subject then got back into his car and the victim began wrestling with the first subject who was able to remove the necklace.
Both subjects then fled in the gray Jaguar north on South Main Street.
The victim suffered abrasions to his elbow and knees but did not seek immediate medical attention.
- Subject one is described as male black, 6’0” tall, medium build.
- Subject two is described as male black, 6’0” tall, stocky build, large brown eyes, short black hair.
Detectives request that anyone with information regarding this crime to contact the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.