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Robbery Victim Dies Due To Injuries From Attack

Handcuffs-psd22522Sept 11, 2015 Staff Report

An 80-year-old woman has died due to injuries she sustained during a robbery, according to the NYPD.

Her death has been deemed a homicide.

Police responded to the robbery at 76th Street and 35th Avenue, around 5:00 p.m. on Sept. 5. Upon arrival, officers found the victim, 80-year-old Celica Londono of 76th Street, with injuries to her face, abdomen and arms. Londono was transported to Elmhurst General Hospital.

Police also arrested a 32-year-old Brooklyn man, Jordan Vecchio, on the day of the incident.

Then, on Sept. 9, Londono died due to the injuries she had sustained, according to police. Following the Medical Examiner’s ruling of homicide, additional charges are pending.

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