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Knife-toting villain robs woman

Brooklyn Daily

63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Blade baddy

A knife-wielding thug robbed a woman on Avenue J on March 22 — taking $3,000, credit cards, and her keys.

The victim told police that she was near E. 32nd Street at 9:45 pm when the villain threatened her with the blade and demanded cash. After taking the woman’s valuables, the crook fled southbound on E. 32nd Street in a white Acura.

Goons with guns

Two gun-wielding goons robbed a woman on E. 53rd Street on March 24 — taking $50, credit cards, and the victim’s cellphone and iPod.

The victim told police that she was near Glenwood Road at 12:40 am when the crooks drew a gun on her and nabbed her valuables. The thieves fled northbound on E. 53rd Street in a silver Chrysler minivan.

Gut shot

A gun-toting thug shot a man inside of an Avenue I bodega on March 23.

The victim was at the grocery store between E. 34th and E. 35th streets at 11:40 am when the thug put a bullet in his abdomen. The victim was rushed by paramedics to Kings County Hospital in critical condition.

Caned

A 51-year-old woman beat a man with her cane on Avenue S on March 23.

The victim told police that he was between E. 36th and E. 37th streets at 2:35 pm when the woman took her handicapped accessory to his head.

Cheap burglar

A thief robbed an Avenue H house on March 19, taking $40.

The crook entered the home between E. 46th and E. 47th streets through a rear window sometime after 11:45 am and took off with the cash, cops said.

Jewel thief

A crook burglarized an E. 58th Street apartment on March 22 — taking $200 and jewelry.

The goon broke into the residence between Avenues T and U through a rear window sometime after 9 pm and nabbed the victim’s valuables, cops said.

Repair robber

A burglar ransacked a Ralph Avenue auto repair shop on March 22 — taking various car supplies.

The crook busted into the business between Chase Court and Canarsie Lane through the front wire gate sometime after 11:15 pm, taking welding wire, tires, rims, radiators, and batteries, cops said.

Simply jewels

A crook stole jewelry from an Avenue U apartment on March 23.

The intruder entered the residence between E. 69th and E. 70th streets through a side kitchen window sometime after 11 pm, taking jewelry and fleeing through the back door, cops said.

Spooked crook

A would-be thief attempted to rob an E. 49th Street house on March 24 — but was scared off by the homeowner.

The victim told police that he was asleep inside his home between Avenues H and I at 4 am when he awoke to find a strange man standing in his hallway, who promptly fled. After taking a look around, the victim realized that his front door was busted, but no belongings were taken.

Handouts

A crook stole a woman’s cellphone from her hands on Avenue U on March 19.

The victim told police that she was talking on her cellphone near E. 55th Street at 12:37 pm when the jerk ran up and grabbed the phone. He then fled southbound on E. 55th Street and into Kings Plaza, cops said.

Ride ransacked

A thief ransacked a man’s car parked on Nostrand Avenue on March 20 — taking credit cards, a navigation system, and clothing.

The victim told police that he left his car between Avenues I and J at 4 am, and returned later to find his rear passenger-side window busted and his valuables missing.

— Colin Mixson

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