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16-Year-Old Girl Mugged by Group of Teens in Kew Garden Hills; Police Searching for Suspects

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Nov. 5, 2019 By Allie Griffin

A 16-year-old girl was violently mugged by a group of teenagers last month in Kew Garden Hills and police are still searching for suspects.

The girl was walking home from school along Horace Harding Expressway on Thursday, Sept. 26. At 2 p.m., when she neared 160th Street, several teens approached her and began kicking and punching her until she fell to the ground, police said.

The teens then took $30 cash, a cell phone and airpods from the girl before fleeing the scene in an unknown direction. The victim had minor bruising and pain, but refused medical attention, cops said.

Police have already arrested a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old, who were both charged with assault and robbery. They are still looking for other suspects and have released photos of a girl and boy.

Anyone with information in regard to the identities of the male and

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female is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, on Twitter @NYPDTips or by texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577.

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Maluana Karenga

Man it pays to be a criminal. Mets tickets free lunches. Art classes. What’s next just like the city of Richmond California . Yeah can I get a 1k a month for not robbing raping and killing. Pays to be a criminal. I did it all wrong.

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Ok, is that related to this story somehow?

Maybe we should focus on the story instead of ranting about Richmond California

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People still say "social justice warrior" unironically?!

Wow, that’s really dated. Still didn’t explain Richmond, lol.

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Needle

When will the NYPD be permitted to actually do their job? There need to be real consequences for violent and criminal behavior regardless of age.

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hart

We had a chance to change that in this past da election.
Apparently, few law-and-order people bothered to vote.

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Pat Macnamara

Good kids. They lack access to fresh fruit and vegetables. They need after school programs, free iPhones, the latest sneakers, free food, and housing. They are victims of institutionalized racism. Don’t blame them, blame the founders of the nation

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Harvey milk

Thank god we have bail reform!! Thank god we have socialist that care for our rambunctious youth. Thanks for the mayhem .

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Sara Ross

I had best friends who were black and hispanic when I was growing up in LIC and I’m not racist. Why don’t communities come out and fight to stop black on black crime or get these kids into some community center and show them there is more out there than the streets and hurting people? We also need to start listing the names of the kids (no matter what their age) and do away with out on bail or released on their own recognizance. Put them in jail!

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rikki

It NEVER EVER is……..even if it on video…..its the new entitlement just like fare evasion…..

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