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New York City Mayor Eric Adams's aide was robbed in Brooklyn after being struck by a gun: Report

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New York CityWhen Mayor Eric Adams is working on a crime surge, one of his top aides reportedly at the muzzle in Brooklyn on Tuesday morning. I was robbed. 

According to the New York Post, the aide was walking near the former Brooklyn Navy Yard when two suspects arrested him at around 10:30 am. 

"You don't want to do this. I work for the mayor," an aide identified as 33-year-old Christopher Bo informed the robbers. , Law enforcement sources told the post. 

New York Mayor Eric Adams is joined by NYPD Deputy Chief Jason Savino (left) and NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig at a Brooklyn police facility where it was announced that arrests have been made against violent street gangs.

New York Mayor Eric Adams participates in New York It was announced that New York Police Department Deputy Chief Jason Savino (left) and New York Police Department Detective James Essig were arrested for violent street gangsters at a Brooklyn police facility. (Spencer Platt / Getty Images)

One of the suspects lifted his shirt and showed the butt of a gun pushed into his waistband. According to the victim's post, mobile phones and wallets issued by the city. 

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The mayor's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday night. 

According to NYPD data, there have been 8,314 robbers across New York City so far this year, an increase of 39.7% compared to the same time frame in 2021. 

Car theft increased by 46.7%, larceny increased by 49.4%, robbery increased by 33.6%, assault increased by 19.3% and rape increased by 13.1%. The only major crime index that fellthis year was homicide, which has fallen 9.9% since 2021, which is unusually bloody. 

NYPD officers wear masks in Times Square. 

NYPD police officers at Times Square I'm wearing a mask.  (Roy Rochlin / Getty Images)

Crime waves are lost in New Yorkers as 76% of city residents say they are concerned Not broken. They could be victims of violent crimes in a poll at Siena University last month. 

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Adams, Former NYPD Captain Crime As a tough platform for the city, thecity crime levelsaid it surprised him six months after taking office. 

"Let me tell you something: when I started looking into this, I was shocked at how bad this place was," he said on June 27. I talked to the New York Post while riding the subway system on the day. 102}

Paul Best is a FoxNews Digital reporter. Story tips can be sent Twitter (@KincaidBest).