Armed men tie up victim during Fordham home robbery

Cops released surveillance images in hopes of catching

Cops released surveillance images in hopes of catching the two suspects.

THE BRONX - The NYPD is trying to track down a pair of armed robbers who tied up their victim in Fordham.  

Investigators have released pictures of the suspects, who they say forced their way into a home near Decatur Avenue and Fordham Road at around 8 p.m. last Wednesday. 

Officers say the men used tape to restrain the person in the home at gunpoint, and made a getaway with $900, jewelry and a cellphone. The victim suffered minor injuries. 

The suspects then tried to use the victim's credit card less than an hour later at a Rite Aid near West 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard in Manhattan. 

Anyone who recognizes the men in the photos is asked to contact police. 

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