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Two men busted for targeting Queens strippers who showed off their lavish lifestyle on social media

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Two men arrested for robbing Queen’s stripper at gunpoint in front of her children after she showed off her lavish lifestyle on social media

  • Romel Catoe, 32, and Mathew Sanchez, 29, are in custody after shooting at two unidentified Queens strippers in armed robbery at one of their homes
  • Police say the suspects planned the robberies after scouring the strippers’ social media accounts, where they regularly showed their money and jewelry.
  • During the first robbery, the men are charged with stealing $79,000 – mainly in dollar bills that belonged to both women – and $100,000 in designer purses.
  • After the successful robbery, the snooty robbers returned to the house just nine days later for another robbery
  • But the second time, one of the children was able to call 911 and they were able to use the police behind a cell phone to connect them to the two robberies.

A Queens stripper who showed her money and luxury swag all over social media was robbed by men who tracked her down from her posts.

Romel Catoe, 32, and Mathew Sanchez, 29, have been taken into custody after shooting at two unidentified Queens strippers in armed robbery at one of their homes, the New York Daily News

Police say the suspects planned the robberies after scouring the social media accounts of the strippers – who had hundreds of thousands of followers – where they regularly showed off their cash, jewelry and expensive handbags.

In addition to monitoring the women’s social media activities, prosecutors said the men installed GPS tracking devices on their cars to track them.

After their first successful robbery, the snooty robbers returned to the house just nine days later for another robbery

Prior to the first armed robbery in January 2021, the men exchanged text messages saying they “don’t care” if there were children in the house.

“I’m ready, you as I’m ready,” Catoe Sanchez texted. “Do we understand this?”

During the first robbery, the men are charged with stealing $79,000 – mostly in dollar bills that belonged to both women – and $100,000 worth of designer purses, including a Hermes and Christian Dior handbag.

That night, prosecutors said the stripper was in the Dominican Republic, but her husband and young children were at home and CCTV footage showed the zip-locked man lying on the floor as one of the masked robbers pointed a gun at him. aimed.

In the second robbery, they ordered the stripper and her husband to enter the bathroom at gunpoint, where they were tied up with a zipper, prosecutors said.

In the second robbery, they ordered the stripper and her husband to enter the bathroom at gunpoint, where they were tied up with a zipper, prosecutors said.

After the successful robbery, the snooty robbers returned to the house just nine days later for another robbery.

In the second robbery, they ordered the stripper and her husband to enter the bathroom at gunpoint, where they were tied up with a zipper, prosecutors said.

They also aimed their weapons at two children in the house, following what prosecutors called “terrifying tactics.”

But the second time nearby, one of the children in the house was able to call 911 and when police arrived, the men fled, leaving behind a cell phone that police could use to connect them to the two robberies.

The men were charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, theft, money laundering conspiracy and conspiracy to receive stolen goods, the Daily News reported.

Prosecutors say the men switched between the two robberies thousands of the smaller bills stolen for larger bills at a bank near Philadelphia.

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