Woman steals a frozen turkey in Hunters Point robbery

A 44-year-old woman was bitten and attacked by another women who then stole her frozen turkey early Monday morning in the Hunters Point neighborhood, according to police.  

The incident started after a verbal altercation between the suspect, a woman in her late 20s, and the victim escalated at around 4:28 a.m. at Kirkwood Avenue near Earl Street. The suspect proceeded to take a frozen turkey out of a freezer following the altercation and attacked the 44-year-old woman by hitting her head and biting her finger, according to police reports.

The woman was said to have fled the scene in a 4-door silver Lexus, with the frozen turkey in tow.

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