BROOKLYN — They might be the cleanest crooks in town.
Police are looking for three men suspected of robbing 11 laundromats since January. The crew has also robbed a car wash and two fast food restaurants, the NYPD said.
One of the robberies took place in Jamaica. The rest were throughout Brooklyn, an NYPD spokeswoman said.
In every case, the suspect walked into the target business wearing masks and gloves. One of them carried a gun. They took money from the cash register and from any customers inside the laundromats.
No one has been injured during the robberies.
Surveillance video showed one of the suspects smiling as he stood lookout at Express Laundry on 2149 Caton Ave., in Prospect Lefferts Gardens on Saturday.
The first robbery was on Jan. 19 at Choo Choo Laundry on 604 East 102nd St., in Canarsie. Since then the suspects have robbed laundromats in Brownsville, East Flatbush and Sunset Park.