Police are looking for a man they say robbed a Livery driver at gunpoint after he picked the assailant up from a Bronx motel on Aug. 3. The driver, 64, picked the suspect up from the Paradise Motor Inn on Boston Road around 8:00pm and drove him about 5 miles to an address on Rogers Place, police said.

When they arrived at the destination, the suspect pulled a gun and held it to the right side of the driver’s head, demanding he fill a bag with cash. The driver complied, handing over an undetermined amount of money before the suspect ran off. The driver was not physically harmed in the incident.

Surveillance video released by police in August shows the suspect, who appears to be between 20 and 30 years old, leaving the motel before getting in the car.

Source: New York Post

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