Two thugs jumped a man and took his iPhone on St. Marks Avenue on Nov. 10, police said.
The victim was near Vanderbilt Avenue at 4:50 am when the goons struck.
Cops cuffed a man who they say tried to steal $1,851 worth of over-the-counter meds from a 12th Street department store on Nov. 7, authorities said.
A security guard at the store between Third and Second avenues stopped the man at 1:14 pm, and cops showed up and arrested the perp.
A bandit swiped a drill from a construction site in front of a Fifth Avenue restaurant on Nov. 8, cops said.
Surveillance video outside of the eatery between First Street and Garfield Place showed the thief lurking around the site at 7:05 am, according to police.
A criminal jacked a sedan parked in front of an Eighth Street residence sometime between Nov. 1 and 6, police said.
The victim left the car outside of the building between Seventh Avenue and Eighth Avenue on Nov. 1 at 9 pm, and returned at noon on Nov. 6 to find his ride gone.
A stealthy crook swiped a sleeping man’s iPhone on a Kensington-bound G train on Nov. 8, cops reported.
The man told police the train was near the Fourth Avenue-Ninth Street station at 12:30 am when he realized his cellphone was gone.
A highway robber drove off with a Cadillac Escalade parked in front of a Carlton Avenue residence sometime between Nov. 7 and 8, authorities said.
The victim left the vehicle between Bergen Street and St Marks Avenue at 7 pm on Nov. 7, and returned at 2 pm the next day to find it gone.
Someone snatched a bike from an 11th Street apartment on Nov. 8, leaving no signs of forcible entry.
The victim’s two-wheeler was safe and sound at the abode near Sixth Avenue at 7 am. But by 10 am the next day, it was no where to be found, cops confirmed.
A would-be thief was foiled when the R train passenger he was attempting to rob on Nov. 8 gave chase.
The victim told police the Court Street-bound R train was puling into the Fourth Avenue-Ninth Street stop at 1:50 pm when the thief grabbed the phone from his hand. When the victim got up and ran after the perp, he dropped it on the ground and kept running.
A thief swiped a woman’s handbag as she was ordering a glass of wine at a St Marks Avenue bar on Nov. 5, police said.
The woman was at the watering hole near Flatbush Avenue at 5:40 pm when she placed her purse at the foot of her barstool. As she ordered a drink, a quick crook grabbed her bag — containing $150 in cash and a pair of glasses — and ran.
A crafty thief stole a MacBook Air from a woman who left her knapsack on a Union Street bench while she was shopping on Nov. 9, cops report.
While the woman was shopping at a bike shop between Sixth and Seventh avenues, the perp lifted the pricey Apple laptop, textbooks, and a winter hat from her backpack.
— Megan Riesz