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Video: NYC retailer proprietor crushed, knocked to floor by pair of robbers


Disturbing new video captures the second a Bronx sweet retailer proprietor was crushed and knocked to the bottom when he tried to cease a pair of robbers. 

The 67-year-old sufferer was inside his store on Morris Avenue close to East 163rd Street in Morrisania round 5 p.m. Thursday when two suspects tried to swipe some objects, authorities mentioned. 

The proprietor tried to cease the pair – prompting them to repeatedly punch and kick him, cops mentioned.

Footage launched late Thursday exhibits the sufferer following one of many suspects.
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Footage launched late Thursday exhibits the sufferer following one of many suspects on the sidewalk outdoors the shop and attempting to seize one thing from his arms.

Then the second suspect approached from behind and knocked the sufferer to the bottom, inflicting him to hit his head on the pavement. 

One of the alleged robbers knocked the 67-year-old candy store owner to the ground as he tried to stop them, police said.

One of the alleged robbers knocked the 67-year-old sweet retailer proprietor to the bottom as he tried to cease them, police mentioned.
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The duo will be seen operating away from the scene, and cops are nonetheless seeking to monitor them down.

The duo ran off, leaving the victim lying on the sidewalk, the footage shows.
The duo ran off, leaving the sufferer mendacity on the sidewalk, the footage exhibits.
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The sufferer was taken to Bellevue Hospital with a severe head damage, police mentioned.

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