Fugitives Violent Crime

This man accused of threatening a woman with a blood-filled syringe with AIDS before robbing her in Philadelphia

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According to Philadelphia police a man is accused of threatening a woman with a blood-filled syringe before robbing her in Philadelphia was caught on camera. (story continued below video)

It happened Nov. 8 at a restaurant. The 32-year-old woman was placing an order when the man approached her — he was pointing a blood-filled syringe at her, and demanded money. Daily Mail reports he told the woman he had AIDS. She said she threw $200 at him, and he ran away. The whole thing was caught on surveillance video.

East Detective Division is asking for the public’s help to identify and located the suspect for a robbery in Upper Kensington.

On November 8, 2014, at 1:38 am, the complainant, a 32 year-old female, was inside Eddie’s restaurant located at 113 East Allegheny Avenue placing an order when she was approached by an unknown male who was pointing a blood filled syringe at the complainant demanding money. When the complainant threw $200 at the suspect he fled in an unknown direction. No injuries were reported during this incident.

Suspect Description: Hispanic or Dominican male, 30-35 years-of-age, 5’10?, dark complected, wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt, Adidas track pants. Suspect was armed with blood filled syringe.

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