Police: 3 wanted in gunpoint taxi cab robberies in Manhattan, Bronx

Three suspects are accused of robbing two different cab drivers at gunpoint in Manhattan and in The Bronx section, police say.
According to the NYPD, both incidents took place on Nov. 20. The first happened at around 1 a.m. in Midtown when a 60-year-old male taxi driver argued with the three passengers. One of the passengers displayed a firearm are took the victims cell phone. The victim was not injured and the suspects fled into the Grand Central- 42 Street subway station.
Just two hours later, a taxi driver dropped off the suspects at the intersection of Ryer Avenue and East 180th Street in the Bronx. A firearm was displayed by a suspect once again and they took the driver's wallet containing $210 and a cell phone. The victim was not injured.
The suspects fled and are still on the loose.