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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Anti-postal

A maniac punched and robbed a mail carrier when he would not hand over a package on 72nd Street on March 31, authorities stated.

The delivery man told police he was dropping off a package between 12th and 13th avenues at around 1:40 pm when the parcel pincher approached him, claiming the delivery was his.

But when the carrier asked for some identification, the ruffian punched him in the face, grabbed the package, jumped into a green Bavarian Motor Works ride driven by an accomplice, and sped off. The civil servant sustained a cut to his right eye and right hand, but he declined medical treatment, police noted.

Bangle burglar

A jewelry jacker made off with two bracelets worth $3,010 from an 86th Street store on April 1, cops said.

The owner of the store between Fourth and Fifth avenues was showing the thief his wares at about 5:30 pm when the scoundrel snatched two bracelets from the counter and fled, according to a report.

The man is described as standing 5-feet-8 and weighing 180 pounds. He sports a beard and was last seen wearing a gray jogging suit, according to law enforcement officials.

Bling bandit

A burglar made off with $3,660 worth of jewelry after breaking into a woman’s 76th Street home on April 2, per cops.

The lady said she left her abode between Fourth and Fifth avenues at 12:45 pm and, when she returned around 6 pm, someone had broken in through her front window and made off with 17 baubles, police say.

— Max Jaeger

Reach reporter Will Bredderman at wbredderman@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260-4507.
Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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