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Two men were caught on video robbing a Bronx gas station at knifepoint — and cops believe the pair is connected to at least three other recent robberies in the borough and Upper Manhattan.
The duo walked into a Shell gas station on Webster Avenue near Ittner Place in Mount Hope around 7 p.m. Jan. 26, cops said late Wednesday.
One of them displayed a knife as the pair demanded cash from a 64-year-old man who worked there, police said.
The armed suspect shoved the worker into a display, knocking over several items — as the other man went behind the counter, grabbing $1,200 from the register, video shows.
The pair most recently struck around 4:15 p.m. Tuesday at a deli on West 161st Street near Amsterdam Avenue in Washington Heights, cops said.
One of the men displayed a knife as they demanded cash from a 28-year-old female employee.
They took off with $500, police said.
A day earlier, they targeted a deli on Grant Avenue near East 165th Street in Concourse around 1 a.m.
When one of the suspects pulled out a knife, the employee, a 20-year-old man, agreed to fork over $600, according to cops.
The pair’s earliest robbery occurred around 9:30 p.m. Jan. 21 at a bodega on West Fordham Road near Grand Avenue in Fordham Heights, authorities said.
Again, one of the men was armed with a knife — and the 30-year-old male employee gave them $6,000 before they took off, police said.
None of the workers were hurt, cops said.
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