An off-duty officer from a New York City suburb was mugged at gunpoint in The Bronx early Sunday, and the robbers took his badge, the NYPD said.

Four men approached the 36-year-old Wallkill officer and a 35-year-old friend about 1 a.m., police told the New York Post.

One of the suspects pulled a gun and demanded the victims’ property, officers said. The Wallkill officer lost his wallet and shield in the stick-up, and both men also were forced to cough up credit cards, a watch, bracelet and cell phone between them, police said.