Ferocious Attack and Robbery on Byram Street: Police Seek Tips

Two local men were beaten and robbed at the intersection of Armonk St. and North Water Street in Byram on Sunday at 3:04 am, according to a report from Greenwich Police.

The victims are a 21 year old Greenwich resident and 19 year old Port Chester resident who were walking home after working in a restaurant in Port Chester.

According to Greenwich Police, when the victims reached Armonk Street in Greenwich, a light colored SUV with New York plates veered toward the sidewalk and three suspects jumped out and attacked the victims.

The suspects assaulted the suspects by throwing punches and kicking them while the driver stayed within the vehicle. Both victims fought back but were knocked to the ground during the ferocious attack.

After the suspects forcible removed the victim’s cellphones and wallets, the suspects disengaged contact and began to return their waiting vehicle. One of the victims continued to struggle with his assailant when he observed another of the suspects to be holding a handgun. The victim then backed away and the suspects fled the area.

Suspects Descriptions: the three assailants are only described as having dark skin. Witnesses and the victims heard the suspects speaking in Spanish.

Vehicle Description: a light colored SUV with NY plates was last seen traveling south on North Water street with its lights off.

Anyone with any information should contact the Greenwich Police Tip Line

(203) 622-3333
1(800) 372-1176
tips@greenwichct.org

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