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Man breaks into cell phone store, takes off with $9,000 worth of phones, NYPD says



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July 22, 2015 By Michael Florio

Police are searching for a suspect who broke into a Roosevelt Ave cell phone store and took off with more than $9,000 worth of cell phones earlier this month.

The alleged perpetrator cut a hole in the back wall of the cell phone store, located at 97-09 Roosevelt Ave. Once inside the store the suspect grabbed approximately $9,500 worth of cell phones, the NYPD said.

The incident occurred on July 9th at roughly 9:05 pm.

Police released a photo of the suspect taken from surveillance footage, which shows the man wearing baggy pants and a shirt that covers part of his head.

Police are asking anyone with any information to call 1-800-577-TIPS.



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