Horrifying video shows teenagers beating up and robbing a delivery man in NYC

Four teenagers beat and robd a food delivery man in an Upper Manhattan lobby, according to video released early Friday.

The 22-year-old delivery man entered the lobby of the building on Dongan Place near Broadway in Inwood around 7:30 p.m. on April 14, police said.

There, the crew backed him against a wall and repeatedly punched and kicked him – before one of them took $300 from his pockets, according to footage and police.

One of the suspects holds a metal stick, which he points at the victim before fleeing.

Another suspect can be seen pointing a pistol at the victim as he makes his way to the door.

The victim refused medical treatment because of minor injuries.

New York robbery
The youths pushed the victim into a corner and continued beating him.
They stole $300 from the victim before leaving the scene.
They entered the victim’s pocket and stole $300, police said.
The teenager points the gun at the delivery man as they escape.
One of the suspects points the gun at the delivery man as they flee.

Police believe all the suspects – who remain at large – are slim teenagers.

One was last seen wearing black glasses, a black baseball cap, a white t-shirt, an orange long sleeve shirt, a black balaclava and dark jeans with black and orange sneakers.

Another was last seen in a gray and white Nike hoodie, gray sweatpants, a white surgical mask and multicolored trainers.

The third suspect was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black sweatpants, a black balaclava and dark-colored sneakers.

Teen Robber
The teenagers used the stick as a weapon to scare the victim.
The unknown suspect is seen on the phone during the attack.
The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the individuals.

According to police, the fourth suspected mugger wore a gray hooded Nike sweatshirt, gray Nike jogging pants, a black surgical mask and multicolored sneakers. Horrifying video shows teenagers beating up and robbing a delivery man in NYC


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