TV swipe from Dyker Beach

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TVs taken

Someone stole the 19th hole from the Dyker Beach Golf Course!

The reception hall’s owner told cops that three flat-screen TVs were taken from the clubhouse on 86th street overnight overnight on Nov. 17.

The manager said that he closed up at around 6 pm and returned to the club, which is between 10th and 11th avenues, the next morning at 5:30 am to find that the thief had broken a glass door to get inside and grab the LCD TVs.

Parlor trick

Someone stole $100 overnight on Nov. 16 from Pete’s Pizzeria on Third Avenue.

The parlor’s owner told cops that he closed at 10 pm, but the thief managed to slip through the front door of the store, which is between 75th and 76th streets, to steal the cash from the register.

Roof rat

A knife-wielding bandit cut through the convertible top of a car parked on 68th St. on Nov. 14 to steal a purse left on the seat.

The Chrysler convertible, parked between 68th and 69th streets, was unoccupied between 9 and 11 pm, when its owner returned to find that her bag was gone. The purse contained cash, cards and keys.

Four on one

Four thugs stole an iPhone in a vicious beating of a man on Seventh Avenue on Nov. 19.

The 21-year-old victim told cops that he was between 65th and 66th streets at around 8:30 pm when four dudes approached him from behind. The perps told him to empty his pockets, and then started to punch and kick him. Once the victim was on the ground and helpless, the thug quartet jacked his phone and ran off.

— Alex Rush

Updated 5:21 pm, July 9, 2018
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