Police from 5 departments at South Fifth Avenue and West Seventh Road in Mount Vernon after suspects in a Greenburgh Verizon Wi-fi retailer theft have been chased in a white Jeep alongside 4 parkways and ended up in Mount Vernon.
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The armed theft of the Verizon Wi-fi retailer within the Halfway Buying Middle in the present day led to a police chase alongside 4 southern Westchester parkways and the arrest of no less than two suspects, Westchester County police stated.

Based on county police, the theft occurred shortly after eleven a.m. at a Verizon Wi-fi retailer on Central Avenue. The robbers fled in a white Jeep Liberty. A hotline message was broadcast alerting space police and the Jeep was noticed on the southbound Sprain Brook Parkway in Yonkers by Westchester County police.

Police pursued the Jeep onto the Bronx River Parkway, the Cross County Parkway and onto the Hutchinson River Parkway, the place it acquired off at Sandford Boulevard.  It went into the Bronx, then went again into Mount Vernon. 

A county police officer captured one of many suspects after a brief foot pursuit at South Fifth Avenue and West Seventh Road following a minor collision between the county police automotive and the Jeep.

The Pelham Police Division took one other suspect into custody close by.

The suspects shall be turned over to Greenburgh PD.

A search was persevering with for a attainable third suspect. 

Police from 5 departments are gathered on a Mount Vernon Road after the chase. 

Officers from Mount Vernon, Pelham, Yonkers, Greenburgh, and Westchester County are at South Fifth Avenue and West Seventh Road. Police automobiles are flanking the broken white Jeep, and officers have been within the yard of a home down the road from the Jeep. The road was cordoned off with yellow police tape.

A person in a inexperienced sweatshirt was put right into a Greenburgh police SUV and pushed away. It was not instantly clear if he was a suspect.  

About 1:15 p.m., the broken Jeep was being towed away. And police took a blue suitcase that was on the bottom subsequent to the Jeep. 

Officers have been taking down police tape on the Verizon Wi-fi retailer shortly earlier than 2 p.m.





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