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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Naughty note

A thief robbed an 86th Street bank on May 12 — passing the teller a demand note before unknowingly taking a sack of cash containing a dye pack.

The teller told police the crook entered the bank between Bay 28th and Bay 29th streets at 9:51 am, simulating a gun in his pocket as he passed her his demand note.

“Give me the money, hurry up,” the anxious robber blurted out. The teller handed him the money bag containing $655, and an incriminating dye pack.

Four-on-one

Four thugs robbed a man on the Bay Parkway on May 10, taking $100.

The victim told police that he was near 86th Street at around 9:20 pm when the crooks grabbed him and yanked the cash out of his pockets.

Bad eggs

Three underage boys were arrested for robbing a 13-year-old on W. 11th Street on May 8.

The victim told police that he was near Avenue P on his way to school at 8:30 am when the boys jumped him, taking various electronics, jewelry, and clothes.

Jewel thief

A thief stole jewelry from a 26th Avenue apartment on May 13.

The crook entered the apartment between Benson and Bath avenues through a back sliding door at 5 pm, taking various jewelry before fleeing, cops said.

Crowbar

Cops arrested a 32-year-old man for robbing a Bay 11th Street apartment on May 12.

The suspect allegedly busted into the apartment between Benson and Bath avenues sometime after 8:30 am — using a crowbar to pry open a rear window and taking unspecified property, police said.

Police arrested a suspect who they found in possession of heroin and clonazepam pills.

Unlocked window

A crook robbed an 85th Street apartment on May 14 — taking $300 and credit cards.

The thief entered the apartment between 15th and 16th avenues — through a rear basement window that had been left unlocked — shortly after midnight, taking the cash and cards.

Chopper crook

A thief drove off with a man’s motorcycle that was parked on Quentin Road on May 9.

The victim told police that he parked his Suzuki GXSR between W. Ninth and W. 10th streets at 9:30 pm, and returned later to find it missing.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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