104th Precinct arrests knifepoint robber
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The 104th Precinct announced Monday that police have a suspect in custody for a recent slew of knifepoint robberies in Ridgewood.

“Bryant Aguilar, 21, of Brooklyn, was arrested by the 104th Precinct Detective Squad March 10, at 12:15 p.m. and charged with four separate counts of robbery,” Detective Thomas Bell wrote in an email. “The robberies occurred during the last two weeks of February.”

In total, there were seven robberies reported between Jan. 22 and Feb. 24, with three of these occurring on Feb. 24 alone.

The first attack occurred on Jan. 22 outside of 59-12 68th Ave. The following attack took place at the intersection of 60th Ln. and 75th Ave. on Feb. 17. A third took place at the intersection of Putnam Ave. & 60th Pl. on Feb. 21, followed by another opposite 59 Decatur St. on Feb. 23.

The three attacks perpetrated on Feb. 24 included one at 1708 Summerfield St., Cypress Ave. and Summerfield St., and Grove St. & Forest Ave.

Originally, the 104th reported that they suspected two males, one roughly 5 feet 4 inches and the other roughly 6 feet tall, in the string of knifepoint robberies. Police said there are still suspects at large for the three remaining knifepoint robberies.

No injuries were reported as a result of the robberies.

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