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Bank job

Thugs broke into a man’s Diamond Street apartment while he was at the bank and stole some electronics on March 30.

The victim told police that he when he returned home, between Norman and Nassau avenues, at about 1:30 pm, he found his door smashed in and his flat screen TV, laptop, watch, and some silver missing.

Not the car!

Some unyielding jerks broke into a Morgan Avenue apartment, stole a bunch of property, and left with one of the renters’ cars on March 31.

One of the roommates at the apartment, which is between Beadel Street and Division Place, woke up at about 4 am to find the front door wide open — and a handful of unidentified items missing. When another roommate woke up, she noticed the keys missing and looked outside to find her car gone.

Purse tug

A sneaky villain took a woman’s wallet as she left the Bedford Avenue L train station on March 31.

The victim told cops that she was exiting the station near N. Seventh Street when she felt a tug on her purse at about 5 pm. She looked inside and noticed that her wallet was missing, but couldn’t find the perp anywhere. — Andy Campbell

Updated 5:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

cattle thief from Elmsbury says:
Like the story of the thief who took the car away. Hope it was full of gas. Wish him/ her a happy getaway.
April 17, 2010, 6:19 am

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