NYPD: Man steals wallets of 3 employees at Park Slope Korean restaurantPosted: Updated:
Police are trying to track down a man they say stole from the employees of a Park Slope restaurant.
Police say it happened inside a Korean restaurant while they were open for business.
Surveillance video released by the NYPD shows the man they are searching for at around 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 11.
Police say he walked into Haenyeo on 5th Avenue and Carroll Street, bypassed an electronic keypad to a closet and stole the wallets inside that belonged to three of the employees.
Investigators are asking anyone who recognizes him or has information about what happened to call police.
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