Worm wiggles into Avenue L bodega

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Bodega burgle

A thief crept into an Avenue L bodega on Oct. 3 and emptied the till.

Workers closed the grocery near E. 96th Street for the night at 10 pm, but, sometime overnight, someone pushed in an air conditioner sticking out of the side window — giving him easy access.

Barney’s bilk

Thieves broke into the Barney’s shoe store on Rockaway Parkway on Sept. 29 — taking some cash and, of course, an assortment of shoes.

The fashion fiends forced the back door to the address between Avenue N and Seaview Avenue sometime after closing at 10 pm.

Machete menace

A 75-year-old man with a machete threatened a crew of workers at a Rockaway Parkway hair salon on Oct. 2, according to police.

Salon employees near Glenwood Road said that the suspect — who’ve they had a long simmering feud with — showed up at 11:20 am and started banging on the window with a machete in his hand.

Employees called police, who charged the senior with menacing.

— Thomas Tracy

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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