$49,000 worth of food, electronics, bikes stolen from Fridge No More in NYC

The NYPD wants to find two robbers behind a series of thefts in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. The suspects inflicted at least eight blows on Fridge No More locations.

Between December and January, robbers stole $ 48,801 in groceries and electronics from grocery stores, police said.

On Dec. 17, the suspects entered Fridge No More at 310 East 23rd Street in Manhattan and removed three Aarow bikes and batteries, three MacBooks Air, an iPad and a Zoom bike totaling $ 10,600.

A few hours later, the suspects entered Fridge No More, located at 1638 Third Avenue, and removed three Ninebot scooters totaling $ 3,000.

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On Dec. 28, the suspects entered Fridge No More, located at 885 Grand Street in Brooklyn, shot down three Ninebot scooters, one Aero Bike, two e-bike batteries and an Apple laptop totaling $ 3,720.

On Dec. 29, the suspects entered Fridge No More, located at Norfolk Street, 103 in Manhattan, and removed three electric bicycles and a MacBook Air for a total of $ 8,700.

On Jan. 3, the suspects entered Fridge No More, located at 885 Grand Street in Brooklyn, and removed two scooters, an electronic bicycle and an Apple notebook totaling $ 4,500.

On Jan. 13, the suspects entered Fridge No More, located at 76 North 4th Street in Brooklyn, and took out an Espin electronic bike, two Arrow bikes, a Zebra charger and a MacBook totaling $ 5,731.

On Jan. 19, the suspects entered Fridge No More, located at 45-02 11th Street in Queens, and removed a $ 1,000 MacBook.

On Jan. 21, the suspects entered Fridge No More, located at 52-22 Roosevelt Ave. in Queens, and removed two MacBook Air, iPad Air, I-Home speaker and two e-bike batteries totaling $ 1,700.

On Jan. 24, the suspects entered Fridge No More, located 31-12 38 Ave. in Queens, and rented two scooters, two MacBooks, an iPad and a Ninebot scooter totaling $ 4,850.

On Jan. 29, the suspects entered Fridge No More, located at Freeman St., 60 in Brooklyn, and removed an iPad, MacBook Air and an electronic bicycle worth $ 5,000.

Pictured is one of the suspects after the January 29 robbery at Greenpoint Ave subway station. Another suspect was seen at Bedford / Nostrand Avenue on 13 January.

Anyone with information on these incidents is asked to call the New York City Police Crime Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

The public can also post their tips by logging on to the Crime Stoppers website or on Twitter @NYPDT Tips.

According to police, all calls are strictly confidential.

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