Cellular telephones and cash were reported stolen in two robberies in Port Chester, according to Port Chester police.
In an incident early this morning, three men told police they were robbed at gunpoint on Purdy Avenue. No one was injured in the incident.
The men were walking on Purdy Avenue at 12:45 a.m. when they were approached by a lone man who had a handgun, police said. The gunman took two cell phones, one valued at $300 and the other valued at $400.
Police said they located a man who the victims thought might know the attacker, but police said there was no apparent connection between the men. The victims could not give police a good description of the gunman.
In an unrelated incident, a 46-year-old Port Chester resident told police he was attacked by three men on Grace Church Street as he was walking home at about midnight on Friday.
The man told police the three men jumped him from behind as he was walking with a friend. The victim reported that his cell phone, keys and $2,800 cash were stolen.
The victim reported the incident at 10 a.m. Friday. He told police there was a delay in calling them because he did not have a phone.