WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn — A man robbed another man at gunpoint at a Brooklyn auto shop, fleeing with $50,000 worth of jewelry, police said.
The 56-year-old victim was standing outside an auto repair shop in the vicinity of Bartlett Street and Harrison Avenue just after 9 a.m. on Sept. 21, police said.
A man approached the victim, produced a handgun and told the victim not to run, according to authorities.
The victim did, however, run away, video surveillance obtained by police shows.
He fled inside the garage, where he fell, cops said.
The suspect then took the victim’s necklace and Buddha pendant valued at $50,000 and discharged a round from the handgun, police said.
The victim suffered pain to his right leg and left hand, but refused medical attention.
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