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2 arrested in violent muggings in Brooklyn
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Police have arrested two suspects accused of a string of violent robberies in a single day in Brooklyn.
The two were apprehended less than 24 hours after releasing a sketch of one of the suspects. Authorities are still searching for the third.
They are believed to be responsible for attacking at least eight people throughout Brooklyn.
All of the robberies took place on Oct. 5th, within a span of four hours.
In each incident, the victims were approached by the three suspects, one of whom struck the victim with a blunt object while the others punched and kicked them and removed their property.
The victims were robbed of cash, wallelts, radios, and iPhones.
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