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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Gunning for cellphone

A thug pulled a gun on a 15-year-old on Nov. 21 during a harried exchange on Avenue P.

The victim was approaching Flatbush Avenue at 6:05 pm when the suspect approached, flashed his weapon, and demanded the young woman’s property.

Cellphone swipe

A goon threatened to shoot down a 22-year-old on Avenue K during a Nov. 26 iPhone robbery.

The suspect approached his victim acting as if he had a gun in his waistband as he demanded his Smartphone and headphones.

“I’ll blast you,” the thief threatened before running off with the victim’s property.

Window wiggle

A thief broke into his ex-girlfriend’s Avenue L home on Nov. 22, damaging both her TV and laptop computer.

The woman, who lives near E. 35th Street, said that the thief entered her home at 6 pm.

Bergen break-in

A thief broke into an E. 63rd Street home on Nov. 23, taking an assortment of electronics.

The woman, who lives near Avenue N, said that the thief snapped the lock to the front window sometime after 7:30 am before coming inside.

Door kick-in

A goon busted into a National Drive home on Nov. 23, taking more than $52,000 and an assortment of jewelry.

The 78-year-old victim, who lives near Montana Place in Bergen Beach, said that someone broke the front door as he made his way inside the home sometime after 5:15 pm.

G-Shock grab

A thief swiped an assortment of G-Shock watches from Kings Plaza on Nov. 25.

Workers in the Avenue U department store said that the pricey watches were taken from a display case at noon.

Car raid

A thief broke into a car parked in the Kings Plaza parking lot on Nov. 25, taking an assortment of electronics and a cellphone.

The theft took place inside the Flatbush Avenue lot sometime after 9:30 am, officials said.

Polo pinch

A thief swiped more than $3,500 in polo shirts from a Kings Plaza department store on Nov. 26.

Workers at the store near Avenue U said that the theft took place at 6:15 pm.

Ryder raid

A thief sped off with a 2001 Ford Ecoline van that its owner practically handed over to the thief on Nov. 20.

The car was sitting parked on Ryder Street with the door left open and a spare key inside when the theft took place.

— Thomas Tracy

Reach reporter Thomas Tracy at ttracy@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260-2525.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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