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2 Men Grazed By Bullets Inside Williamsburg Pizzeria, Police Say

By Serena Dai | December 9, 2014 3:09pm
 Bullets flew into Tri Color Restaurant and Pizza at 191 Graham Ave., grazing two men, police said.
Bullets flew into Tri Color Restaurant and Pizza at 191 Graham Ave., grazing two men, police said.
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EAST WILLIAMSBURG — A pair of men meeting with friends at a local pizzeria were suddenly grazed by bullets last week, police said.

One of the victims, 45, said he was sitting inside Tri Color Restaurant and Pizza at 191 Graham Ave. on Friday at 11:40 p.m. when several gunshots rang out and the slugs came flying into the restaurant, police said.

The man said he did not have a fight or conflict with anyone in the location, police said. He had graze wounds from the gunshots on his chest, his right arm and on the top of his head, police said.

The second victim, 54, had a graze wound on his left hip, police said. Both men were taken to Bellevue Hospital in unknown condition, the FDNY said.

The shooter's identity was unknown, police added. Tri Color did not respond to a call for comment.

No one has been arrested for the incident.

Other notable incidents in the 90th precinct include:

► A woman walking home from work needed five stitches after a mugger struck her in the face before stealing her purse containing $290 worth of property, police said.

The victim, 27, was walking west on Cook Street from her job at the corner of Graham Avenue and Cook Street on Friday around 6:35 p.m., police said.

As she neared Manhattan Avenue, the attacker struck her from behind, knocked her to the ground and grabbed her bag, police said. She tried to hold onto the purse, but the man "ripped it from her grasp," saying "give me the f---ing bag," police said.

The man then struck her in the mouth, cutting her lips, police said. He ran east on Cook Street with the woman's bag, which included a Michael Kors wallet, keys, a credit card and a coffee mug.

The woman needed five stitches from the cuts after the incident, police said.

Police described the suspect as standing about 5-foot-8 and weighing 160 pounds. He was last seen wearing green outerwear and blue jeans.

► A woman who sent $1,600 for rent on a new apartment discovered that the place didn't exist when she went to move in, police said.

The woman, 24, sent the money to an unidentified person on Nov. 14 for an apartment on South Fourth Street near Wythe Avenue, police said. When she arrived, she found the promised apartment was not there, police added.

The victim asked for her money back and was sent a check that bounced, police added. She was then unable to reach the person she sent the money to, police said. Police did not say to whom the check was addressed.

The woman reported the crime on Dec. 2.

No one has been arrested for the incident.