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A man walking down the street in Dyker Heights was held at knifepoint by two crooks who cops say wanted his cell phone late last month.

According to police, the man, 27, was walking near 67th Street and 13th Avenue on Monday, March 27 at around 8:23 p.m. when he took out his cell phone. At that time, cops say, two men ran over to him and tried to grab it.

Reports say that one of the men then took out a knife demanding that the victim unlock the phone and give it to them. The victim refused and the perps fled eastbound with the man’s keys.

The man suffered minor cuts to his left hand.

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