PELHAM, N.Y. Police are looking for three men who robbed a gas station of $2,000 and assaulted the manager Friday about 11 p.m.
Video surveillance shows the robbers entered the store wearing ski masks and headed straight for the counter of the Lukoil Gas Station. According to police, the men beat the shops manager and then demanded cash from the register. During the beating, one suspect yelled, Black power, police said.
Police reports said that before leaving, the men then took cigarettes and gum off of the shelves. Police officers canvassed the area once they arrived, but they were unable to find any of the suspects.
The victim was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center by ambulance and the list of stolen items was later given to police.
The following items were also reported in the police blotter:
- Pelham Manor police reported to a Pelhamdale Avenue home on Tuesday after complaints from a Siwanoy Place resident of a dog that had been barking for a half hour. When police arrived, they noticed the front door open to the Pelhamdale Avenue home. Officers eventually found the female homeowner on the second floor and advised her of the situation.
- Fairway Security notified Pelham Manor police on Tuesday at 11:51 p.m. of a counterfeit $100 bill that they were given. Upon arrival, the officer noticed that the bill appeared to have the correct security features, such as watermarks and certain coloring. However, he was told by the company manager that the store's currency verification machine said that it was counterfeit. It is unknown when or by whom the bill was given to the store. It was taken to the detective division at the police department.
- On Monday at 2:05 a.m., police reported to a Reed Avenue home for a woman who fell and was not responsive. The elderly woman's husband placed the call to 911 and when police arrived, along with an ambulance, she was awake and responding to questions. The police helped her off the floor and into a chair. She did not complain of any pain and she did not know how she fell. Her husband told officers she suffers from Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and dementia. The woman was transported to the for further treatment.
- Pelham Manor police, a medic, and a fire truck responded to a motor vehicle accident on Sunday at 5:36 a.m. on Hillcrest Drive. The driver lost control of the car and struck a fire hydrant. There was damage to his 1994 black Ford Probe and the fire hydrant. He was not injured at the time, but while he was checking the vehicle, he cut his hand trying to bend back his right fender. He was transported to Sound Shore Medical Center for further evaluation and his car was towed. United Water was notified because of a crack in the fire hydrant.
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