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Dunkin’ Donuts

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Far Rockaway »

The plan calls for at least $126 million to attract higher density commercial and residential projects.

West Farms »

The suspect stole more than $2,200 in four robberies, police said.

Midtown »

Nathan Gray threw coffee and attacked a woman in a Dunkin' Donuts Sunday, police said.

Forest Hills »

The store at 70-40 Austin St. closed after more than 20 years in business.

East Harlem »

A man broke into the safe after walking into the Harlem business' basement.

Upper East Side »

In each burglary, Thomas Cronin would ride up on a bike and throw a rock into the window or door.

Rockaway Beach »

The elusive suspect has also hit 17 additional restaurants in Long Island, police say.

Flushing »

The man has hit several fast food chains in Queens and Long Island, according to the NYPD. 

Washington Heights »

Police said the suspect was arrested on Thursday, April 7 at a Dunkin Donuts on 398 Audubon Ave. 

East Williamsburg »

Jesus Vasquez, 53, was arrested and charged with two robberies and a burglary, prosecutors said.

Brooklyn Heights »

The number of chain stores overall is still growing, but at a slower rate, a new study says.

Port Richmond »

The 18-year-old was robbed of his cellphone in Port Richmond, the Daily News reported.

Flatiron »

Ahmed Machebek allegedly grabbed the girl and told her he wanted "just one kiss," police said.

Lower East Side »

The thieves approached him while his head was down as he made note of payments, police said.

Gramercy »

Dunkin' Donuts will present its plan to Community Board 6 on Oct. 7.