BROOKLYN - The NYPD is trying to find a pair of thieves that have been connected to a string of armed cellphone store robberies.
As News 12 previously reported, the suspects first hit a MetroPCS on Bedford Avenue back on March 29. Investigators say they forced an employee into the bathroom, and got away with $10,000 and several phones.
According to police, the same duo then struck a Boost Mobile on Church Avenue on May 12 and most recently, held up a T-Mobile on East 98th Street last Tuesday. In those cases, the clerks were also forced to the back while the men got away with money and an assortment of phones.
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The suspects were caught on surveillance video at each store. Anyone with information that could help should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.