Robber Rips off Upper Manhattan Gas Stations at Gunpoint

By Tom Liddy on June 12, 2011 1:42pm 

This is the man wanted for robbing two Upper Manhattan gas stations at gunpoint, according to police.
This is the man wanted for robbing two Upper Manhattan gas stations at gunpoint, according to police.
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Courtesy of the NYPD

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. 

This is the getaway car used by a thief who robbed two gas stations in Upper Manhattan.
This is the getaway car used by a thief who robbed two gas stations in Upper Manhattan.
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