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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Cat fight

Two femme fatales tackled a third woman and stole her money and cellphone on 66th Street on March 3, police report.

The victim told cops she was near New Utrecht Avenue at 8:40 pm when the two brassy broads jumped on her from behind and emptied her pockets of $600 and her mobile device.

Waterloo

A burglar swiped several pieces of Napolean Bonaparte-themed swag from a W. Ninth Street home on Feb. 21, according to cops.

The victim reported that he came back to his house between Highlawn Avenue and Avenue S at 3 pm to find his bust and medal of the dimutive Corsican dictator were missing.

Back pain

A goon stabbed a man just below the shoulder blade on 82nd Street on March 1, authorities say.

The victim said he was near Bay Parkway at 8 pm when the unknown thug came up behind him and sunk a blade into his back.

Hero

A 69-year-old man foiled a burglary on 61st Street on March 1 by fighting off the intruder, cops claim.

The senior savior said he saw a lowlife trying to break into a neighbor’s house between 21st Avenue and Bay Parkway at 8:05 pm. The swashbuckling near-septuagenarian confronted the crook and grappled with him for several minutes before the villain pulled free and fled — empty-handed.

Tired out

A thief made off with the rims and tires from vehicle on 16th Avenue on Feb. 25, police say.

The victim reported that he parked his car between Cropsey Avenue and Shore Parkway at 5 am and came back a few hours later to see its wheels bare.

— Will Bredderman

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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