Looks like violence and crime are getting out of hand in New York.
The NYPD is now tracking down four persons who connived in beating and robbing a disabled man in the wee hours of November 8th in front of 267 Tremont Ave. in the Bronx.
In the initial police investigation, the victim had a dispute with one of the suspects a woman.
As the two are arguing, the three other male suspects started punching him before dragging him out of the wheelchair, after which they continued to punch, stomp and kick him.
Seeing the victim sprawled on the ground the suspects stole his backpack, which contained an iPhone and $800 in cash.
The latest data from NYPD has shown that 352 robberies occurred across the city between November 8th and November 14th, representing a 30.9% increase compared to the same period of time last year.