Bronx taxi driver robbed at gunpoint after stopping to support gentleman with motor vehicle trouble
NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — Police are seeking for a guy wanted in link to a gunpoint theft of a livery taxi driver that transpired last 7 days in the Bronx.
The incident transpired on January 26, at 1 p.m., in the vicinity of Hudson Parkway and Mosholu Parkway, authorities stated.
According to officials, a 28-12 months previous male cabbie stopped to present aid to a motor vehicle that appeared to have mechanical difficulty on the facet of the road.
When the suspect, who law enforcement describe as a male 20-30 several years in age, obtained into the victim’s livery automobile, he shown a firearm and demanded revenue from the driver.
The driver then drove to an undisclosed financial institution location and eliminated around $1,400 from his bank account and gave it to the personal.
The suspect then exited the victim’s livery motor vehicle and received into a gray SUV that was being driven by an not known person and fled the location to areas mysterious, police said.
No accidents ended up documented in this incident.
Law enforcement on Tuesday produced a online video and picture of the suspect, which were being taken from the vicinity of the incident site by the victim, for the duration of the incident, authorities stated.
Anyone with info is questioned to phone the NYPD’s Criminal offense Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-Suggestions (8477).