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Bottle-swinging baddies

A pair of baddies allegedly attacked a person on Avenue P on Nov. 27.

Police mentioned the sufferer was strolling to his parked automobile close to McDonald Avenue at 9:05pm when the 2 suspects approached him. One swung a bottle on the sufferer’s head, which he blocked along with his hand. The second suspect pulled a knife, then punched the sufferer within the face earlier than working off along with his buddy.

The sufferer referred to as the police, who noticed two males who regarded just like the alleged attackers close by and arrested them. 

Bandit steals double-parked automobile

Some bandit stole a Volkswagen double-parked on nineteenth Avenue on Nov. 23.

The sufferer informed p0lice he parked his automobile with the keys within the ignition close to eighty fifth Street simply after 5pm whereas he cashed a test a couple of steps away. As he walked out of the shop, he noticed a person in a black jacket hop into the driving force’s seat, rev the engine, and take off towards Shore Parkway. Officers searched the realm for the stolen automobile with out success.

Larceny involves gentle

A jerk stole two rented gentle towers someday between Nov. 4 and 14.

Cops mentioned the sufferer — a metropolis worker – rented the 2 giant outside lights and set them up on the nook of Shore Parkway and Bay eighth Street on Nov. 4. He left the lights be — however when he returned to the intersection early on Nov. 14, he realized each had been gone, taken by an unseen bandit. 

Pickpocket targets sleeping straphanger

A pickpocket stole from a sleeping subway rider close to the twentieth Avenue station on Nov. 22.

The sufferer mentioned he boarded a southbound D practice midtown Manhattan within the very wee hours of morning and headed house to southern Brooklyn. On the journey, he fell asleep — and when he wakened on the station close to 86th Street, he realized his cellphone was lacking from his pants pocket. There was nobody across the sufferer when he wakened, he mentioned, and the incident was not captured on digicam.

Pizza rats

Some rat broke into an 18th Avenue pizza restaurant on Nov. 26.

Police mentioned a few perps went behind the pizza joint close to New Utrecht Avenue and popped the display screen and safety bars off a window, then slipped inside. They then smashed open the money register and stole $710 in money and a part of the register itself and exited again by the busted again window. 

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