Police: Anthony Hennis, father of slain toddler Antiq Hennis, among 2 sought in subway robbery

Police have released new information about the two suspects wanted for robbing a man last week on a subway train. One of the suspects is

Police say Anthony and Ammany Hennis stole a man's watch on a subway train last week.

Police say Anthony and Ammany Hennis stole a man's watch on a subway train last week. (10/6/13)

BROOKLYN - Police have released new information about the two suspects wanted for robbing a man last week on a subway train.

One of the suspects is Anthony Hennis, father of Antiq Hennis, the 1-year-old who was killed in Brownsville last month. Two other men have been charged in the boy’s death.

Policy say Anthony Hennis and 20-year-old Ammany Hennis approached a 19-year-old man on the 3 train last Thursday. The two suspects allegedly stole his watch and punched him in the face as the train approached the Saratoga Avenue subway station.

Ammany stands 6 feet 2 inches tall and has black hair and brown eyes.
 

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