Police seek gun trip

Police are searching for team of trigger-happy thugs who are on a sinister shopping spree.

Cops say that since Dec. 3, a trio of thieves have been targeting East Flatbush food stores and restaurants.

Here’s the rundown:

• The gunmen entered a C-Town on E. 98th Street between Rutland Road and Winthrop Street at 6:15 pm on Dec. 3, swiping money from three registers.

• The suspects raided a Key Food on Avenue D between E. 42nd and E. 43rd streets during a daring 3:35 pm holdup on Dec. 18, taking money from cash registers and a safe.

• The thieves entered Danny’s Jerk Chicken Restaurant on Lenox Road between Utica Avenue and E. 49th Street at 8:30 pm on Dec. 21, robbing both the register and a 60-year-old customer.

• They hit their second Key Food, this one on Church Avenue between E. 95th and E. 96th streets, at 7 pm on Dec. 27 — right at the height of last month’s snowpacalypse — where they pistol-whipped an employee and ransacked a register.

Cops have described all suspects as dark-skinned males between 5-foot-10 and 6-foot-1 and around 170 pounds.

Investigators said they didn’t have much time to catch their breath between the first investigation and this latest one.

“But that goes with the job,” one police source noted.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of these individuals are encouraged to call CrimeStoppers at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

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