Sunnyside robbery suspects slash man’s stomach

A 46-year-old man was put in a headlock, punched and slashed across the stomach by two robbers punched him in the Sunnyside neighborhood Tuesday, police said.

The violent robbery occurred on Hearst Avenue and Congo Streets around 11:05 p.m., police said.

The two suspects took his wallet, cash and identification card before fleeing the scene.

The wounded man was taken to an area hospital with a small laceration to his stomach.

No detailed suspect descriptions have been released.

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