New York thieves ram car into SUV in $20,000 Upper East Side heist

Brazen thieves rammed a car into an SUV and stole $20,000 from its disoriented driver in a brazen robbery on the Upper East Side on Saturday, cops and sources said.

In a dramatic scene that looked like something out of a ‘Fast and Furious’ movie, a black Mercedes slammed into a silver Toyota Rav4 as tires screeched and shocked pedestrians jumped for cover, a viral video on the streets showed. social networks.

The Mercedes intentionally rammed the Rav4 on Second Avenue near 91st Street around 4:40 p.m., cops said.

The 55-year-old man driving the Rav4 was driving north against the current on Second Avenue near 91st Street around 4:40 p.m. when the Mercedes intentionally drove off.

The thieves involved in the robbery have not yet been apprehended.
James Keivom

Video circulating on social networks shows the ground Mercedes to catch up with the Toyota and ram into its side, sending the SUV spinning into the intersection.

The Mercedes rams the Rav4 again, forcing it onto the pavement, the video shows. The Rav4 then attempts to flee north by sending pedestrians jumping out of the way, according to the clip.

“Oh fuck,” one person says.

The Mercedes hits the car on the passenger side again, turning it 180 degrees again and forcing it to a stop, the video shows.

An armed man dressed in a gray sweatshirt and black trousers is seen jumping out of the Mercedes and banging on the passenger side window of the Rav4.

“He has a gun! He has a gun! shouts a viewer, according to the video.

Crime scene.
The daring heist happened at 92nd-91st Street and 2nd Avenue. At the moment, the suspects are still at large.
James Keivom
Suspicious vehicle.
Police were able to locate the suspect’s vehicle.
James Keivom

The man then appears to run from the driver’s side of the Toyota before jumping into the Mercedes with a bag and escaping, as seen in the video.

The suspects took $20,000 in cash, according to police sources. No injuries were reported.

They are still free since Saturday evening.


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