Thief in NYC steals a 10-year-old from his cell phone and rides off on a pink bike with butterflies on

Police are looking for a thief who on Wednesday stole a 10-year-old girl from his cell phone in Queens and then made an escape on a pink children’s bike with butterflies on it.

The girl walked on 34th Avenue in North Corona on her way to school around noon. 8, when the suspect approached her and ‘forced’ grabbed her phone before she jumped on his pink bike and jumped off, according to police.

The girl reported having pain in her hand and was treated by a school nurse.

Police are asking for help finding the male suspect who was heading south on 102nd Street, police said.

A thief stole a 10-year-old girl from her mobile phone in Queens on Wednesday and then made an escape on a pink children's bicycle with butterflies on it.

A thief stole a 10-year-old girl from her mobile phone in Queens on Wednesday and then made an escape on a pink children’s bicycle with butterflies on it.

The suspect is seen above riding a pink children's bicycle with white tires and butterfly stickers

The suspect is seen above riding a pink children’s bicycle with white tires and butterfly stickers

Footage posted by the New York Police Department on its Crime Stoppers Twitter page shows the man after the action as he stops at a grocery store

Footage posted by the New York Police Department on its Crime Stoppers Twitter page shows the man after the action as he stops at a grocery store

Footage posted by the New York Police Department on its Crime Stoppers Twitter page shows the man after the action as he stops at a grocery store and muffles a pink children’s bike with white tires and butterfly stickers.

After making a purchase, the man runs off in the footage. He is wearing a gray sweatshirt and matching hat, with a red undershirt, black pants and a black backpack.

Crime in NYC rose over the summer before moving out since August, though abuse continues to rise.

Total crime in the week ending October 3, NYPD’s latest data, has fallen 0.19 percent from the same period last year with 71,413 incidents in 2021 against 71,550 incidents in 2020.

The highest increase in the same period is gross assaults, which increased by 7 percent with 16,889 incidents in 2021 compared to 15,787 incidents last year. Murders and robberies have both fallen by 2.2 percent and 0.4 percent, respectively. Although rapes and shootings are both slightly higher at 2.2 percent and 1.6 percent, respectively.

Total crime in the week ending October 3, NYPD's latest data, has fallen 0.19 percent from the same period last year with 71,413 incidents in 2021 and 71,550 incidents in 2020

Total crime in the week ending October 3, NYPD’s latest data, has fallen 0.19 percent from the same period last year with 71,413 incidents in 2021 and 71,550 incidents in 2020

Historical crime data shows how crime declined from the 1990s and has increased in recent years

Historical crime data shows how crime declined from the 1990s and has increased in recent years

The data shows a deep drop in the robberies between this month and September – when they were 6 percent higher than the year before. Strong data released by the NYPD on Wednesday shows that crime generally increased 2.6 percent in September 2021 compared to the same month in 2020, with a further 243 incidents reported.

Over the past year, New York has been shaken by a wave of violent crime that created fears that it will return to the dark days of the ’70s and’ 80s, when murders flooded and the Big Apple was nicknamed Fear City. .

This prompted former Gov. Andrew Cuomo to take the unprecedented step of launching the country’s first state of emergency over gun violence back in July.

But now the situation looks set to get even worse with a staggering 393 gun arrests made last month alone, bringing the total number of gun arrests to 3,425 between January and the end of September.

That’s a dramatic increase of 20.9 percent from the same period in 2020, when 2,832 gun arrests were made.

Surveillance footage shows the moment three men repeatedly beat and stab a 19-year-old male victim in broad daylight in the East Village — a 14-year-old was charged with assault for the attack Sunday and his two accomplices are at large

Surveillance footage shows the moment three men repeatedly beat and stab a 19-year-old male victim in broad daylight in the East Village — a 14-year-old was charged with assault for the attack Sunday and his two accomplices are at large

Now, almost all COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, U.S. borders are ready to reopen to major tourist destinations, and Mayor Bill de Blasio is trying to lure office workers back to the city.

Yet violent and horrific metro attacks and gang-related gun battles are still a common occurrence in the city streets.

On Sunday, three men repeatedly beat and stabbed a 19-year-old male victim after chasing him through the East Village of Manhattan.

In shocking video footage, the trio strikes and stabs their victim until he manages to fight his way free. The three attackers then run away and the forged victim manages to stagger away.

The victim was treated for stab wounds in the back and shoulder at Bellevue Hospital, according to the NYPD, and has since been released.

Police said they arrested a 14-year-old man for his part in the assault.

Terrible surveillance video shows the moment a woman pushed a fellow commuter into a train at Times Square subway station Monday morning

Terrible surveillance video shows the moment a woman pushed a fellow commuter into a train at Times Square subway station Monday morning

In another shocking crime Monday, a 42-year-old woman was pushed from the platform and into a train approaching Times Square subway station.

The woman was taken to a nearby hospital in stable condition after sustaining facial injuries.

The suspect – who is still at large – encouraged her attack, hours before a man shot himself in the leg in the same metro station.

Monday’s shooting is the third at the tourist hotspot this year.

Officers were called to Times Square station again Monday, around 6 p.m. 12, for reports of shots.

A 39-year-old from Brooklyn was urinating on the corner of West 40th Street and Seventh Avenue, near a McDonald’s and sushi restaurant, Wasabi, when he was shot in the right leg, according to the New York Post.

Eyewitnesses told ABC 7 that the shots went out inside the subway station, where the man then stumbled up to the ground before re-entering the station to ask for help.

The bullet sent him stumbling down to a nearby train station.

Authorities have not named the man, who is likely to be charged with criminal charges as a result. He allegedly does not cooperate with investigators.

Authorities have not named the man, who is likely to be charged with criminal charges as a result. He allegedly does not cooperate with investigators.

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