Cops are on the hunt for a man and woman they say may have robbed a Boerum Hill man at gunpoint on June 14.
Police want to question Marcia Richard, 42, and Dorian Steeley, 28, after a man scrolling through mug shots identified them as two people that mugged him early that morning.
The 34-year-old victim claims he was walking on Smith Street near Atlantic Avenue at 3:05 am when the woman, whom the victim claims was Richard, came up to him and asked for spare change.
The man gave her some loose change and kept walking, but the woman followed and kept badgering him for more money, cops said. When the man got to Warren Street, another man, whom the victim thinks was Steeley, allegedly approached him from behind with a gun.
The gunman made the victim walk along Smith Street to Baltic Street where, police said, the two ordered him to his knees.
The two then rummaged through the his pockets, taking his cellphone and an undetermined amount of cash before fleeing, authorities said.
Police have subsequently released the mug shots of Richard, who they say stands 5-feet-7-inches tall and weighs 145 pounds, and Steeley, who stands 5-feet-6-inches tall and weighs 185 pounds.
Anyone with information regarding this robbery should call (800) 577–8477. All calls will be confidential.Reach reporter Natalie Musumeci at nmusumeci@
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