Monday, July 18, 2016

Man Robbed In Central Park On Park Bench - Suspects Apprehended


By Geoffrey Croft

A parkgoer siting on a Central Park bench was robbed Saturday night near the location where another victim was robbed at gunpoint earlier in the day, NYC Park Advocates has learned.

The 21-year-old male victim was approached by two males who stated they had a gun. 

They demanded his property and pushed him down.

They removed his wallet and i-Phone.

Police used the tracking device in the phone and caught up with the suspects at E. 106th Street and Lexington Avenue. 

Bryan Matz, 37 of Queens and Camacho Navla, 18, were apprehended and charged with robbery.  

Police say the assailants did not have a gun.

The incident occurred at 6:50pm at 106th Street and 5th Avenue a few blocks away from the location where a 23-year-old was robbed at gunpoint by three men early Saturday morning.

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