January 15, 2018
ATMs are some of the most dangerous spots in the White world with all these Blacks in our nations.
Police on Wednesday were searching for a suspect in two robberies within a period of minutes in broad daylight on the Upper West Side.
One of the robberies targeted an 81-year-old woman, the other a 4-year-old girl.
Around 2:20 p.m. this past Thursday, the suspect shoved the 81-year-old woman to the floor inside the Post Office at 178 Columbus Ave., police said. The suspect took the woman’s purse, police said.
The woman suffered bruising and pain to her back and left wrist, police said. She was taken to Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital and her condition was reported to be stable, police said.
The items in the woman’s purse included $65, a cellphone, and her medication, police said.
Eight minutes later, the suspect walked into the Chase Bank at 2030 Broadway with the woman’s purse in hand and took out its contents, police said. At one of the bank’s ATMs, a 37-year-old woman was withdrawing money from with her two children – girls ages 4 years and 5 months old – in tow, police said.
The 4-year-old girl took the money from the ATM, and the suspect came up from behind and snatched it out of her right hand, police said.
The suspect left the bank and headed east on 70th Street with $300 and the girl’s glove, police said.