Looks like some notorious robbers are testing the young administration of New York mayor Eric Adams.
According to reports, three robbery incidents against Jewish businesses were recorded in Williamsburg in the early hours of Thursday morning.
The first two incidents were committed around 2:29 a.m. at Heyward Street and Wallabout Street.
The local police said two male robbers who were wearing ski masks and gloves broke into Brooklyn Bagel Store.
Using crowbars the suspects break in through the window and then open the door at the store.
Once inside the suspects stole nine thousand dollars, ten laptops, and an unknown number of checks.
Using a connecting hallway, they robbed another store next door and stole money from the register, as well as expensive products from the store.
At around 3:45 a.m., two suspects broke into Mini Market Plus at Hooper Street and Harrison Avenue.
Using a crowbar they broke the front door and stole from the register and then fled the scene.
The NYPD is now conducting a deeper investigation on the robbery incidents barely a week since the crime-fighting Adams assumes office.