PORT CHESTER, N.Y. One of the owners and three employees of the new Port Chester nightclub Glamour on North Main Street were abruptly welcomed to the neighborhood early Thursday.
The owner and the employees of the club, which has not yet opened for business, were working late on the flooring when they were approached by four masked men outside the club, Port Chester police said. The masked men were described as black, of a thin build and 18 to 21 years old. One of them had a black automatic pistol.
The victims ran back inside but were followed by the assailants. Police said one of the men pushed an employee to the ground, and then all four fled without causing further harm or taking anything from the club.
The following item was also reported by Port Chester police:
Petty Larceny: Police received a call on Wednesday, March 21, from Kohl's department store on Boston Post Road reporting a larceny. Police said two Harrison teens, one 18 and the other 15, attempted to take around $200 in clothing and cologne. The 18-year-old, Anthony Gentile, was charged with petty larceny. The 15-year-old was released to his mother and is being dealt with by the youth officer.
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