The robbers stole $ 6,000 worth of designer goods from the victim


A man trying to buy drugs on a Manhattan street is robbed of $ 6K worth of designer goods, including a Versace bag and a Louis Vuitton wallet

  • Victim, 37, met two people outside the Four Point Hotel in Midtown on Saturday
  • He wanted to buy drugs from men but they robbed him
  • The suspects stole a Versace bag, Louis Vuitton wallet and two iPhones
  • They stabbed the man in the back when he tried to get his luggage back

A $ 6,000 designer item was stolen in Manhattan on Saturday evening by a man who wanted to buy drugs.

Police sources said the victim met outside the Four Points Hotel at 326 West 40th Street in Midtown to buy drugs around 6.50 pm. Police sources told the NY Daily News.

Both suspects decided to rob the 37-year-old victim Louis Vuitton Wallet of Versace bags and two iPhones for a total of about $ 5,900.

NYPD is hunting for two men and has released surveillance footage in a bid to track them down

NYPD is hunting for two men and has released surveillance footage in a bid to track them down

NYPD is hunting for two men and has released surveillance footage in a bid to track them down

NYPD is hunting for two men and has released surveillance footage in a bid to track them down

When he tried to get his expensive luggage back, they stabbed him in the back.

The outlet states that the victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover after the horrific attack.

The NYPD is hunting for two men and has released surveillance footage in a bid to track them down.

The short clip shows the suspects, one of whom carries the victim’s belongings and walks away from the crime scene.

Police sources said the victim met the victim outside the Four Point Hotel in Midtown at around 6.50 pm to buy drugs.

Police sources said the victim met outside the Four Point Hotel in Midtown at around 6.50 pm to buy drugs.

Another walks away from the scene.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.

There has been an increase in crime in New York City, with shootings up by 166 percent in August compared to the same period last year.

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