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Cops say three men in their mid-twenties held a 24-year-old woman at gunpoint outside her home near 72nd Street and Sixth Avenue on Monday, May 8 after the victim tried to purchase cosmetic products from them.

Reports claim that at around 10:09 p.m., the woman met the alleged perps online and planned to meet up outside her home to buy the items.

When the men, described by cops as Asian, met up with the victim, one of them allegedly took out a gun, put his hands around her neck and demanded she give them money. After a struggle ensued, cops say, the woman stated that her neighbor was a cop.

The perp then let her go, went inside a vehicle and all three fled in an unknown direction.

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