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Two Men Wanted for Robbing Queens and Brooklyn Businesses, Cops Say

NEW YORK CITY — Police are searching for a group of men who robbed three businesses and tried to rip off another in Brooklyn and Queens, NYPD said.

In each incident, the suspects, described as men in their 20s, entered the stores, displayed firearms and demanded cash, NYPD said. 

There were no reported injuries in any of the incidents, police said.

According to cops, the thieves held up two locations of Caribbean Air Mail, a money transfer business, in Canarsie and Cambria Heights on March 1 and March 6.

Two days after the second robbery, they allegedly hit Faith Variety Store at 1586 Rockaway Parkway.

Then, they tried to hold up Caribbean Vision at 218-83 Hempstead Ave. in Queens Village on March 15, but were unsuccessful.