A Brooklyn man is headed to prison for his role in an armed robbery at a New Jersey electronics store in which five victims were tied up.
Unique Randolph, 28, received an 11-year sentence Monday. He also will have to serve three years of supervised release once he’s freed from prison.
Prosecutors say that Randolph and another man had weapons while robbing the store in Paramus in January 2013. He took three store employees and a customer into the back room, and had them lie on the floor while tying their arms and legs with zip ties.
While the two men were looting cellphones, a deliveryman happened to walk into the backroom and then tried to leave. The robbers stopped him at gunpoint and tied him up.
The two robbers then fled with the stolen cellphones.