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Burglars Steal Cash, Tablet, From DeStefano’s Steakhouse in Williamsburg: NYPD

Photo of suspects released by the NYPD.

March 23, 2018 By Nathaly Pesantez

Police are searching for two men who stole over $500 in cash and a tablet from DeStefano’s Steakhouse.

Police say the two men went through the front door of the steakhouse at 89 Conselyea Street on March 13. A timestamp seen in a photo released by the 94th Precinct shows a time of approximately 4 am for the incident.

Once inside, the two men stole about $552 in cash, and a black kindle worth $80, an NYPD spokesperson said. The two then fled from the scene.

The suspects can be seen in several photos released by the 94th Precinct on Twitter. One of them is wearing dark colored shoes, light pants, and a dark cap. The other suspect is seen with dark pants and shoes, and a light jacket with a hoodie.

Anyone with information is asked for contact 800-577-TIPS or the 94th Precinct Detective Squad at 718-383-8545.

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