Laptop stolen from Knifepoint

According to authorities, a burglar stole two Apple MacBook laptops from downtown Manhattan Best Buy at a restaurant on Saturday last month and threatened an employee who tried to stop him on his way, “Try,” as he do not show a knife. . According to authorities, a burglar stole two Apple MacBook laptops from downtown Manhattan Best Buy at a restaurant on Saturday last month and threatened an employee who tried to stop him on his way, “Try,” as he do not show a knife. .

The NYPD said on Friday it was looking for a 40-year-old man in connection with the robbery on April 23 at Best Buy on West 23rd Street. Police say he went into a dealer shortly before 8 p.m. A 22-year-old shopkeeper confronted him as he approached the door, where police said the suspect pointed a knife and said, “Try me.”

The best Buy employee backed away in his security fears, authorities said, and the robbery went away. No injuries were reported. Explain local and weather news. Download the NBC 4 New York app for iOS or Android and activate your alarms. Police released a surveillance photo of the suspect (above). Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Officers at 1-800-577-TIPS.

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