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Knifepoint robbery on W. 10th Street

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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Reefer madness

Cops arrested two guys who robbed another man at knifepoint on W. 10th Street on July 12 — and had multiple bags of pot on them, police said.

The victim told police that he was between Avenues S and T at 11:50 pm when two men approached, one of them bearing the blade.

“Give me everything you have in your pockets, right now,” one allegedly barked, before taking unknown valuables from the victim.

Police arrested two suspects, who had eight Ziploc bags full of marijuana, cops said.

Break-in

A crook burglarized a woman’s Bay 11th Street apartment on July 1 — taking electronics, a cellphone, and jewelry.

The victim told police that she left her apartment between Benson and Bath avenues at 7 am, returning later to find her front door busted-in, her apartment ransacked, and her valuables missing.

Appliance entrance

A bandit robbed a man’s W. Ninth Street home on July 11, taking $2,000.

The thief entered the house between Avenues T and U sometime after 1:20 pm, using a ladder to reach a side window, where he pushed in an air conditioner to gain access the victim’s property, police said.

In and out

A thief stole electronics, jewelry, and clothing from a woman’s W. 11th Street apartment on July 11.

The crook entered the victim’s home between Avenues O and P sometime after 7:15 am, entering through a living room window, and leaving the same way with the victim’s valuables, cops said.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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