New surveillance video released in Suffolk County robbery spree

Suffolk County police have released a new surveillance video of a Medford couple charged in a robbery spree. The new video shows a robbery at

Christopher Marino, 29, and Jamie Greco, 23, are charged in at least 13 different holdups.

Christopher Marino, 29, and Jamie Greco, 23, are charged in at least 13 different holdups. (1/17/14)

MEDFORD - Suffolk County police have released a new surveillance video allegedly featuring a Medford couple charged in a robbery spree.

The new video shows a robbery at the Hess station on North Ocean Avenue in Farmingville.

Christopher Marino, 29, and Jamie Greco, 23, are charged in at least 13 different holdups of Subway shops, gas stations and convenience stores. Greco was allegedly the getaway driver.

Suffolk District Attorney Thomas Spota said during a news conference on Friday that someone in the police force may have committed a crime by leaking details to the media that could have jeopardized the investigation.

Police say the duo committed the robberies between Dec. 9 and Jan. 7. Investigators say the couple admitted they pulled off the robberies to support their heroin habits. 

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