Read more news every day at Queens' powerful news source, QNS.com
NYC's Largest Real Estate Section
VOL. 111, NO. 19 DECEMBER 5-11, 2019
business wants to
expand in city and
beyond Page 6
Cops seek two in
Famous lawyer teams up with Glendale animal shelter to boost profiles of local businesses: See Page 5
Photo: Angelica Acevedo/QNS
IN THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT
Middle Village school spreads
See Page 10
BY EMILY DAVENPORT
Cops are looking for a pair of crooks who
allegedly burglarized three homes in
Middle Village and Maspeth and took off
with stolen property and cash.
Police say that the pattern began on Nov. 11 at
10 a.m. when a 51-year-old woman returned to her
home — located in the vicinity of 53rd Avenue and
66th Street — to fi nd that property was missing
and called the police. An investigation found that
two unknown men broke into the house through
a locked back door, and once they were inside the
crooks took electronics and cash.
The suspects also took the victim’s 2013 red
Volkswagon Jetta vehicle, which was parked in
the driveway. The total amount of property removed
was valued at approximately $11,500. The
two then fl ed the scene in a dark mini-van and the
victim’s vehicle to parts unknown.
The suspects struck again at 12:15 p.m. on Nov.
14. At this time, a 51-year-old woman was in her
home, located in the vicinity of 60th Road and
85th Street, when she saw the suspects trying to
pry open her home’s locked back door. She confronted
the men, who then fl ed to a tan mini-van
and drove away to parts unknown. No property
was taken during this incident.
Finally, at 1 p.m. on Nov. 14, a 27-year-old
woman returned to her home, located in the
vicinity of 60th Road and 85th Street, and found
that property was missing. An investigation by
police found that the suspects broke into the
home through the locked front door, and once
inside they took property and cash valued at approximately
$6,000. The two crooks then fl ed the
scene in a tan mini-van.
The suspects are described as Hispanic men
between 20 and 30 years of age. They were both
last seen wearing all dark clothing.
THE LARGEST LANTERN FESTIVAL IN NORTH AMERICA