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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge-Dyker Heights

Man’s worst friend

What a dog!

A perp crawled through a man’s doggie door to steal a computer and $400 on 68th Street overnight on June 16.

The victim told cops that a thief crawled through the tiny hatch at his home near Owl’s Head Park and made off with his MacBook and cash sometime between 9 pm and 1:15 am.

Bon appe-thief

Someone snatched a woman’s purse while she was at work at a Sixth Avenue catering company on June 16.

The victim told cops she put her purse in a cabinet at Bon Appetit Hayat Caterers around 6:50 pm near 66th Street.

When she returned, she found her purse — with $1,800, jewelry and personal possessions — missing.

Smash no-grab

Someone busted into an elderly woman’s home on June 17 — but all he left were broken doors.

The 80-year-old victim told cops that a perp busted through three entry doors at her house between 13th and 14th avenues using a black crowbar around 3:15 pm, but the thief left without taking anything.

— Dan MacLeod

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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