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Police hunting Williamsburg’s
BY ROSE ADAMS
Talk about a close shave!
Cops are searching for the gunman
who robbed a man mid-trim at a Williamsburg
barbershop on Oct. 14.
The victim was in the barber seat
on Maujer Street by Manhattan Avenue
at around 4:30 pm, when the robber
entered the shop, approached the
victim, and stuck a gun to his neck, before
snarling “Give me the watch,” according
to an employee.
The heist was so strange and sudden,
some barbers assumed the robber
was a regular customer playing a practical
joke, the employee said.
“They thought at fi rst that it was a
guy trying to play around with him,”
said Flex Rodriguez, a Mill Basin resident.
“He had a hoodie on, and they
know someone that looks just like
But the presumed prank was no
laughing matter. Rodriguez said
that the victim, who wasn’t wearing
a watch, tried unsuccessfully to remove
his ritzy Cartier bracelets, but
the bands can only be removed with a
screwdriver, so he resorted to handing
the robber his cell phone, credit card,
and $350, police said.
Following the robbery, the victim
told employees that he didn’t know
BARBERSHOP BANDIT: A man robbed a
barbershop customer at gun point on Oct. 14
while the victim was getting a trim. NYPD
the bandit, but that he had seen him
around his neighborhood, according
to Rodriguez, who suspects that the
victim was targeted because of his
fl ashy outfi ts and expensive car, which
was double-parked outside the shop.
“It’s got to be an inside job,” Rodriguez
said, before noting that the victim’s
uncle is a jeweler. “Supposedly
the watch is worth $10,000.”
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