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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge–Dyker Heights

Jerks & ladders

A cagey thief busted into an 81st Street apartment on Nov. 26, swiping nearly $6,000 in jewelry.

A witness told cops that the thief used a ladder at 1 pm to climb up to the second-story bedroom window at the house between Ridge Boulevard and Third Avenue.

The perp then pushed in the air conditioner and made off with a bevy of gold and diamond jewelry, the witness said.

Cool customer

A thief sneaked into a 92nd Street apartment and stole cash on Nov. 26.

The victim told cops that he left his house between Battery Avenue and Dahgreen Place at 4:30 pm. When he returned at 1 am, he found that a sly thief had pushed in his air conditioner on the first floor and swiped $120.

In and out

A perp busted into a Shore Road house on Nov. 21 — but it was all smash, and no grab.

The victim told cops that he left his house between Bay Ridge Parkway and 77th Street at 9 am. When he returned at 5:15, he found that perps had smashed his side window and rifled his stuff, but nothing was missing.

Purse grab

A pushy jerk swiped a woman’s purse on 81st Street on Nov. 22.

The victim told cops that she was between Fifth and Sixth avenues at 2 pm when the perp came from behind and grabbed her designer handbag.

— Dan MacLeod

Updated 5:28 pm, July 9, 2018
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