POLICE IMPERSONATION — Police said that they are searching for two individuals who are wanted in connection with a police impersonation incident on Nov. 16 in Jackson Heights.
Around 12:45 a.m., a 34-year-old woman was inside Amor Night Club, located at 78-01 Roosevelt Ave., when an unidentified man told her that he was a police officer and displayed a shield. The suspect demanded the victim’s wallet. When she complied, the suspect and another man fled the location.
The first suspect is a five-foot-five-inch Hispanic man who weighs approximately 150 pounds and has brown eyes, short black hair and partially bald, medium build and was last seen wearing a black shirt, blue jeans, beige shoes and eyeglasses. The second suspect was described as a Hispanic man who was last seen wearing light colored pants, a hoodie sweater, jacket and cap placed backwards on his head.
BURGLARY — Police said that they are searching for an individual who is wanted in connection with a burglary that took place on Dec. 5 inside of a Jackson Heights bank.
Around 12:45 a.m., an unidentified individual entered the ATM vestibule of a Chase Bank located at 37-15 82nd St. by using a crowbar in an attempt to gain access to the rear ATM room. The machines were not damaged and money was not removed from the location. The suspect fled northbound on 82nd Street towards 37th Avenue.
The suspect was described as a five-foot-eight-inch to five-foot-10-inch white or Hispanic man who was believed to be in his 50s. He was last seen wearing a black jacket, black baseball hat, dark pants and sneakers.