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suspect steals ipad takes photos of self

One of the suspects who allegedly robbed the Bronx teen of her iPad and took photos of herself with it.

After a Bronx teen was robbed of her iPad at a Bronx bus stop, one of the assailants took incriminating photos of herself with it, the New York Daily News reports.

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The victim was waiting on the bus at E. Tremont and Crotona avenues when several young women attacked her on Dec. 21. One of the female assailants attacked her from behind while another scratched her face and as she took her handbag from her shoulder. When police arrived on the scene, the victim reportedly refused medical treatment.

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The teen later accessed her Apple account remotely and gained access to photos of one of the assailants posing in vogue positions. She handed the photos to the NYPD, who later released them to the media.

Anyone with information about this crime is urged to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers hotline at (800) 577-TIPS.

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