The duo ransacks the bodega in New York and launches a monitor to buy cigarettes: video

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Two thieves ransacked a Lower Manhattan bodega – even throwing a computer screen at a worker, wild new footage shows.

The duo broke into the John Street store near Broadway at around 11.25pm ​​on February 16 – joined by a woman who stayed by the door, according to cops and a clip released Wednesday night.

The couple demanded goods from a 28-year-old laborer and refused to pay, cops said.

They then began pushing and throwing items on the counter, including two display cases containing scratches, as the footage shows.

The pair of thieves approached the ledger and started shoving things around.
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The men then climbed onto the counter.
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Before long, they were throwing items around the store.
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One of the men also picked up a computer screen and threw it at the worker’s head, the video shows.

They seized about eight packs of cigarettes worth $120 before fleeing on foot, heading east on John Street, authorities said.

The worker was taken to NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan in stable condition, cops said.

One of the suspects was last seen wearing glasses, a black jacket, black pants and a red hoodie, police said.

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The two took over $100 worth of cigarettes.
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The two left the scene on foot, by the police.
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The suspects pushed two display cases containing stripes into the store.
The suspects pushed two display cases containing stripes into the store.
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The other man wore a black hoodie, black Adidas pants, a black backpack and a red hat.

The woman wore glasses, a red jacket, dark-colored patterned pants, and dark-colored boots.

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