Another AMP Robbery!

Discussion in 'NJ/NY/CT Massage / Spa' started by gambino55us, Jan 23, 2003.

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  1. traderjack09


    Thanks for helping the cause captain
  2. capitan


    The situation is this....

    Most of these places will be easy hits with little or no resistance....scared girls confronted by armed men....and customers who are shitting in their pants.

    No positive ID's at this stage of the game, and no vehicle ID.....not enough going here with the video cameras.

    Straight ahead,
  3. teeduke


    And I'll bet you a bag of doughnuts that the wife saw right through that lame alibi, too.
  4. gambino55us


    From The Star-Ledger

    Middlesex County

    Armed robbers attack Edison massage parlor a second time

    Thursday, January 23, 2003

    Star-Ledger Staff

    Armed robbers burst into a massage parlor in Edison, tied up four female employees and a male patron with duct tape and fled with cash and jewelry, police said yesterday.

    The incident at TMC Day Spa at 2595 Woodbridge Ave., was the second violent attack at the address in 13 months.

    About 8 p.m. Tuesday, three men and a woman burst through the front door, pulled handguns and told the five people inside to get on the floor, police said.

    The robbers then bound all five, and took their jewelry and an undetermined amount of money from them and from the business, police said. One employee eventually got free and called police from a nearby store. None of the victims was injured, police said.

    On Dec. 19, 2001, four masked men with handguns stormed the MTC massage parlor at the same address, hitting the owner and seven employees with guns. Three victims required hospital treatment for their injuries, and those robbers also made off with an undetermined amount of cash, police said.

    A month later, State Police raided MTC during a prostitution crackdown. They found Edison Police Lt. John Welgos, then head of the vice squad, who said he was on the scene with approval of his superiors to provide security because of the earlier attack. Welgos later retired and was not charged in the case.

    Joe Tyrrell covers Edison. He can be reached at jtyrrell@starled or (732) 634-6482.