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77th Precinct

Prospect Heights

Chip your waiter

A disgruntled diner smashed a Carlton Avenue restaurant’s window on Jan. 25.

An employee at the eatery near St. Marks Avenue told cops that a patron got into an argument with a member of the staff and left angrily. But he wasn’t done: he returned at 7:27 pm and smashed the front window of the posh restaurant with a hammer.

Ale man

A intoxicated jerk harassed a postal carrier on Vanderbilt Avenue on Jan. 28.

The victim told cops that he was near Bergen Street at 2:20 pm when a drunkard pushed him and threatened to shoot him, before fleeing.

Laptop looting

A crook pilfered a laptop from a car parked on Lincoln Place on Jan. 27.

The victim told cops that he left his car between Washington and Underhill avenues at 10:45 am. When he returned an hour and a half later, he discovered that his $700 Samsung computer was gone.

Road away

A bike thief stole a pricey set of wheels on Pacific Street on Jan. 27.

The victim told cops that he left his $1,200 road bike in the garage of his apartment building between Grand and Washington avenues at 8 am. When he returned at 4 pm, it was gone.

myPhone

A thief broke into a car parked on Bergen Street on Jan. 29 — making off with the owner’s iPhone.

The victim told cops that he parked his car — with the fancy phone in it — between Classon and Grand avenues at 2 am. When he retured at 12:30 pm, he discovered that his driver-side window was broken and his cell was gone.

— Eli Rosenberg

Updated 5:29 pm, July 9, 2018
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