One of Mayor Eric Adams' aides was scouting the location of Brooklyn on Tuesday morning prior to Hisoner's planned visit. A law enforcement source told the post that he was struck by a gun and robbed.
A civilian aide to Adams' avant-garde team was robbed by two men approaching him near the intersection of the Navy and Sands Street around 10:30 am, sources said. rice field.
The scammers demanded his purse and cell phone and pushed him to the ground when he refused to hand them over, sources said.
After that, the robber picked up the item and escaped from the scene. One was a black man in a blue and white sweatshirt and spent his vacation on a city bike.
Another suspect was portrayed as a black man wearing sunglasses and a blue mask.
The city hall did not immediately return a request for comment.
This incident was first reported byWNBC4 New York.
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