Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights
A crook snatched the pocketbook of an employee at a 62nd Street bakery on Nov. 25.
The victim said she had her purse sitting on the counter at Kulu Desserts near the corner of Eighth Avenue at 11:50 am when the ne’er-do-well picked it up and ran out with it.
A lowlife busted out the window of a car on Fort Hamilton Parkway and swiped the owner’s wallet and gadgets from inside on Nov. 24, police say.
The victim reported that he parked the car near the corner of 94th Street at 9:40 am, and came back at 4:30 am the next day to see glass scattered across his seats and his wallet, MacBook Pro, and Go Pro camera gone.
A creep swiped a receptionist’s MacBook Pro from under her desk at a 64th Street medical center on Nov. 18, according to cops.
The victim told police that she left the computer under her workstation at the hospital between Seventh and Eighth avenues at 9:30 am and stepped away for five minutes. When she came back, the device was gone.
Police noted that the rear door of the building was left open due to work being done on the premises.
A miscreant made off with hundreds of dollars in designer clothing from a car parked on 72nd Street sometime bewteen Nov. 20 and 21, cops say.
The victim said that he parked his vehicle — with his Hugo Boss jacket, Gucci sunglasses, and Coach wallet inside — between Ninth and 10th avenues at 7:10 pm.
When he came back the next day, his pricey gear was missing — though the car was unharmed.
— Will BreddermanReach reporter Will Bredderman at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (718) 260-4507.
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