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October 22, 2015 -- The image of a black male was captured by a security camera snatching a purse from an unconscious woman.

The woman fell unconscious during a medical emergency at a laundromat.

The crime occurred in Brooklyn, NY.

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Brooklyn Center police are looking for a man who stole a woman’s purse during a medical emergency at a laundromat on Tuesday.

At about 2:20 p.m., police responded to the laundromat on the 5800 block of Xerxes Avenue. Officers were advised the woman’s purse had been snatched while she was unconscious.

The suspect took off before police arrived. A surveillance system was able to capture photos of the suspect.

Paramedics took the woman to an area hospital for continued medical treatment; she was released that night. However, a day later, the woman died at home after another medical emergency, police said.

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  1. We never ever had these problems when blacks were not allowed in white laundromats. Segregation was not about being mean to black people. It was about preventing this kind of random violence, thievery and mayhem that appears where ever black people are found in any quantity.