Victims robbed of camera at Pier 14

Three victims were robbed of a camera at gunpoint at Pier 14 late Thursday night, police said.

The victims, two ages 20 and one age 19, were at Pier 14 when around 11:20 p.m. two young men of similar ages approached the victims, lifted their shirts and displayed pistols in their wastebands, according to police.

One suspect grabbed a camera from a victim’s hands and then fled the scene.

No further details were immediately available.

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