Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Two men tied a woman up at gunpoint during an Island Park home invasion before they were chased off by her husband and fled with keys this week, Nassau County police said.The 42-year-old victim was entering her Kingston Boulevard home when two men hiding behind a parked vehicle forced their way inside with her and tied her up with a phone chord shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday, police said.One of the assailants flashed a handgun and stayed with the victim while the other went upstairs to search for valuables when he was confronted by the victim’s husband, who was in bed, police said.The husband chased the duo out of the house before they fled in a black, two-door BMW with tinted windows that was last seen heading southbound on Broadway.The victim was not injured.Both suspects were described as white men wearing dark clothing, black hooded sweatshirts and white sneakers. The first suspect was described as 6-feet, 2-inches tall with a medium build, wearing tan army pants and armed with a black revolver. The second was 5-feet, 8-inches tall with a heavy build.Fourth Squad detectives request that if anyone has information regarding the case to contact the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
Press Association Club Wexford, a stablemate of Dawn Approach and the 6-4 favourite, was all at sea early on but stayed on purposefully to finish a close-up third on his first visit to a racecourse. Murphy said: “He’s a real serious horse. We’ll think about the Coventry at Royal Ascot – he wants quick ground and has speed for anywhere. “He’s a proper one. He’d been working so well at home and doing things so easily.” Won 12 months ago by none other than Dawn Approach, the John Murphy-trained newcomer was largely unconsidered in what looked an up-to-scratch renewal of the five-furlong affair. Shane Foley’s mount maintained an honest gallop throughout, though, and kept on strongly passing the furlong pole to keep at bay Ballydoyle debutant Fountain Of Youth by a length and a half. Big Time caused a 16-1 stir by claiming the Fishery Lane Race at Naas.