Robber Rips off Upper Manhattan Gas Stations at Gunpoint
By Tom Liddy
DNAinfo News Editor
MANHATTAN - A gun-toting thug is wanted for ripping off a pair of Upper Manhattan gas stations, police said.
In each case, the suspect enters the location, takes out a gun and makes off with cash, either on foot, or in a Chevy Impala.
In the first instance, on May 22, the robber hit a Hess station at 401 W. 207th St., near Tenth Avenue in Inwood.
Then, early on June 2, he hit a Mobile station at 2161 Amsterdam Ave., near W. 167th Street.
Cops describe the alleged thief as 25-30 years old, 6-feet tall, with an athletic build and a goatee.
He was last seen wearing a Yankees cap, grey sweatshirt and blue jeans.