Man Robbed At Gunpoint On Princeton Avenue

Armed Robbery on Princeton Avenue victimPHOTOS: A man walking down Princeton Avenue late Sunday evening says he was robbed at gunpoint, officials say. The victim, a Hispanic male, tells police he was walking in the area of 12th Street and Princeton Avenue when he was approached by two men with guns who demanded his money.

Its unclear what ensued, but the victim was left with lacerations to the head, and his money was stolen.

The suspects then fled the area.

A neighbor tells TLS he heard screaming coming from outside his home, but says he did not check what was happening until after police arrived.

Another neighbor tells TLS he heard muffled sounds coming from the same area.

The victim was transported to Kimball Medical Center in stable condition.

CIU is investigating the incident. TLS-CCP/TLS-50/TLS-EB.

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18 COMMENTS

  1. To #3″ we need video cameras”

    What tells you the perps live in a rented home???? Look at the animal who killed Officer Matlosz, he lived here his entire life in a home owned by his parents.

  2. I was driving down county line rd when some portirican guy pulled out a gun to me called the Lakewood police searched for 10 min and went back to drink coffee !!

  3. We need zero tolerance. If you have a trouble maker he should not be given another chance to repeat a crime. Throw away the key the first time

  4. “…A neighbor tells TLS he heard screaming coming from outside his home, but says he did not check what was happening until after police arrived…”

    So, in other words, if I hear HIM screaming I should wait until after the police arrive to check out why HE is screaming. And maybe everyone else will be like HIM and NOT call the police.

  5. to #3 sure we need cameras. cause we keep on forgetting that we are in golus & really belong in eretz yisroel

    I.E. a long procedure has already started-a long time ago-towards bringing klal yisroel to the coming of mashiach, part of that is putting up cameras-like recently in NY-& making us feel like we are in czar russia & under surveilence 24-7 until we go to eretz yisroel ONLY BECAUSE we want to be free 7 not watched.

    MAY WE ALL GO TO ERETZ YISROEL NOW OUT OF OUR LOVE FOR HASHEM & THE BAIS HAMIKDOSH

  6. I like how the report states the victim being hispanic, but no specification on the perps . Huh? Were they hispanic too? Or maybe they were african american, and the reporter was too afraid to say so.

  7. #16 exactly, lakewood is not to smart they need to hire police officers that are going to stay and not leave to go back to their departments. lakewwod is down 20 officers and will be down alot more by next year. yet crime is rising. there only bringing 6 on that is crazy and unacceptable

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