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Police: Date a ruse for robbery
NORTH AMITYVILLE, N.Y. (WABC) -- Police say a Long Island woman used a date as a ruse to set up a man for a robbery.
Police say the victim took Virginia Miller out to dinner to celebrate her birthday.
When the couple pulled up to a home in North Amityville, Miller allegedly sent a text to five men to come outside and rob him.
Police say they beat the man and stole his wallet, iPhone, tablet and the chocolates he gave Miller for her birthday.
Miller and three of the men were arrested.
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