Bay Ridge-Dyker Heights
Thieves swiped a woman’s diaper bag off her front steps on Bergen Place on Oct. 15.
The victim told cops that she had set down the bag — which also contained her purse, $200, and an iPhone — on her front steps between 67th Street and Wakeman Place at 12:30 pm to bring her bundle of joy inside. When she returned an hour later, the stinky bounty was gone.
Thieving jocks pilfered at least two lockers at a gym on Fourth Avenue between 92nd and 93th streets on Oct. 16.
• A sweat bandit swiped cash and a credit card out of a man’s locker between 6:45 and 7:45 pm.
• Thieves stole a fancy phone and a dollar bill from a woman’s locker between 6:45 and 8:45 pm.
Prospecting thieves stole a cache of gold from a 91st Street house on Oct. 12.
The victim told cops that her son failed to lock the door of the house between Third and Fourth avenues when he left at 7 pm.
The mom came back at 9 pm to find that a jewelry box in her bedroom — containing $750 worth of gold trinkets — was empty.
The police report did not indicate whether the son is grounded.
A thief walked away empty-handed after jimmying open a locked car on 11th Avenue on Oct. 15.
The victim told cops that he left his car near the corner of 62nd Street at 3:45 pm. When he came back a half-hour later, his door was unlocked, and a pair of identification cards and a Discover card were missing.
Perps swiped nearly $3,500 in jewelry from a 67th Street apartment on Oct. 13.
The victim told cops that she left her house between 13th and 14th avenues at 9:30 am. When she returned at 4 pm, a cache of gold and jewels were missing from her bureau.
— Dan MacLeod
©2011 Community News Group
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