3 men wanted for string of armed robberies at Brooklyn laundromats

Cops say the men have struck 14 businesses citywide since January. (6/11/14)

BROOKLYN - Police are on the hunt for three men believed to be behind more than a dozen armed robberies in Brooklyn and across the city. 

According to investigators, the suspects have struck 14 laundromats and fried chicken restaurants over the last six months. The latest holdup happened at Express Laundry in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, where the security camera got a clear look at one of the wanted men. 

Police say the men have hit other Brooklyn laundromats, including Lucky Laundromat on Nostrand Avenue, Laundry Land on Linden Boulevard and Superwash Laundromat on Church Avenue. In each case, they wear masks and gloves, carry a gun and demand cash. 

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Anyone who recognizes the man seen in the video or who has any information about the robberies should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS

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