Cops are trying to track down a pair of teens in matching track jackets who they believe attacked and robbed a 15-year-old boy as he left the Lorimer Street subway station on May 21.
The victim had just passed through the station’s turnstile at 3:20 pm when the two 16-year-old suspects shoved him against the wall, according to surveillance video.
Investigators say the attackers took the boy’s iPhone and fled from the J and M train station.
Police say the perps are both about 5-foot-8 and were last seen wearing jeans, hats, and matching navy blue track jackets with white stripes on the arms.
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