Armed, early morning mugging on Bay Ridge Ave

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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge–Dyker Heights

Armed robbery

Some thug robbed a woman at gunpoint on Bay Ridge Avenue on April 2.

The 20-year-old victim told cops that she was between Third and Fourth avenues at around 1 am when an unknown thief approached, flashed his burner and said, “Give me all you got.”

After the armed demand, he grabbed her bag, which contained a phone, cash and cards, and fled.

Raw deal

Someone broke into a Fifth Avenue sushi restaurant on April 3 to steal $1,500.

The owner of Shobu Sushi near 95th Street told cops that the eatery closed at 1 am,b but the next morning, workers discovered that the back door lock had been picked and the cash was gone.

Un-well center

Someone stole an envelope of cash from a Third Avenue spa on March 29.

Cops say that $1,540 was taken from The Green Spa and Wellness Center, which is between 88th and 89th streets, when the shop was still open at around 8 pm.

Third Ave heist

Someone broke into a Third Avenue apartment between March 27 and April 1 to pull off a major heist, stealing cash, jewelry and electronics.

The victim told cops that he was away from his home, which is between 72nd and 73rd streets, for four days. When he returned, he saw that his dough, two laptops, Playstation, ring and two phones were gone.

— Alex Rush

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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