Multiple victims robbed at knife-point in Over-the-Rhine - Tucson News Now

Multiple victims robbed at knife-point in OTR

OVER THE RHINE, OH (FOX19) -

Police are searching for multiple suspects after a string of Over-the-Rhine robberies.

Authorities say that a victim was robbed by a suspect brandishing a knife on Friday night around midnight.

The victim was riding his bicycle near Findlay and Vine Street when he was approached by the suspect. The suspect fled with the victim's white Huffy bike, wallet, passport and cell phone.

Police say that a similar incident occurred on Friday in the 1600 block of Central Avenue near Findlay.

As a truck driver was making his deliveries to a brewery, he was approached by three men brandishing knives.

Taken in the offense was the victim's wallet, cell phone and other personal items.

Anyone with information about this or any other crime is asked to call Police Dispatch at 513-765-1212 or CRIMESTOPPERS at 513-352-3040.

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