Two suspects tie husband and wife up before fleeing the house in Hewlett.
Story by Jaime Sumersille
Two armed robbers forced their way into a Hewlett home Saturday night, Nassau County police said.
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to Fourth Squad detectives, a 73-year-old male victim was returning
home around 8 p.m. March 9 when he opened his garage door and exited his
vehicle. Two unknown male subjects wearing dark colored masks — one armed with a handgun —
forced the victim inside his home. Once inside, one subject forced the
male victim to walk from room to room demanding money and property,
police reported. Another subject found the 72-year-old wife in the
master bedroom and also demanded money and property.
to police, after obtaining cash and assorted jewelry, the subjects tied
both victims’ hands behind their back, placed them in the master
bedroom and fled the Lakeview Drive residence in an unknown direction.
couple was able to call 911 after the subjects fled the home. There
were no reported injuries or further description of the subjects.
request anyone with information regarding this crime to contact Nassau
County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain
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