After stealing a stash of Rolexes from a Long Island jewelry store and crashing a Cadillac Escalade into a guardrail on the Long Island Expressway, three of the five armed thieves took their getaway chase to the Village Club of Lake Success. Selim Algar and Kieran Crowley have the story:
As one golfer was preparing his fifth hole tee shot, one of the desperados suddenly hopped into his golf cart.The cart-thief eventually made his escape after abandoning the golf cart near the fifth hole where he hopped a fence. His two accomplices were not so lucky.
The carjacker coyly delivered the line “enjoy the show” before puttering away, according to witness George Shores.
Unwilling to let the thug get away with his clubs, the golfer flagged down another hacker who was cruising by—and the duffers set off on a low-speed chase across the links.
The golfers then watched in disbelief as another man in a white tank top suddenly emerged from the aptly named Lake Surprise at the course’s periphery.The golfers gave chase to the second culprit who was apprehended by police shortly thereafter.
“We asked the guy what he was doing,” Shores said. “He told us he was going for a swim and then took off running.”
“There were three cartfuls of people chasing him at one point,” Shores said.The third burglar was caught by police near the eighth hole and two others were arrested in Queens. Witness Shores said he was happy to aid in the capture of the thieves, but the timing of the incident was less than ideal.
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