NYC driver runs over man before he is robbed by car’s

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Three people are being hunted by police after a man was deliberately knocked down and mugged.

Footage shows the man jogging across the street in the Bronx, New York, at around 6.40am on Sunday.

As he did so, the car cut a corner and smashed into him, sending him flying through the air before he lands on the ground, motionless.

A passenger then gets out of the car and starts taking some of his things before fleeing.

Soon after a second person ran over and started searching his body, even turning him onto his back to search further.

One angle of the video shows the car parked nearby, with one of the suspects still inside of it, as the robbery was taking place.

The New York City Police Department is asking the public's assistance identifying the individuals depicted regarding a robbery

The New York City Police Department is asking the public’s assistance identifying the individuals depicted regarding a robbery (Picture: NYPD)

The suspects eventually fled the area, but not after running back to the victim a second time to check his wallet.

A coworker of the unidentified victim said the man was headed to open a store in the Morrisania section of the Bronx when the assault occurred, according to CBS News.

The victim suffered serious body trauma and was said to be in critical condition on Sunday.

Police in New York are still searching for the suspects. It’s unclear whether the attack was targeted.

NYPD said: ‘WANTED for ROBBERY: Do you know these guys? On 7/23/22 at approx. 6:40 AM, opposite 898 E 169 St in the Bronx, the suspects struck a 39-year-old male with a car, then proceeded to forcibly take his property.’

It's unclear if the victim was targeted in the attack

It’s unclear if the victim was targeted in the attack (Picture: NYPD)

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