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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Frenemy

Cops cuffed a man who they say slapped his female companion in a Flatbush Avenue apartment and stole some of her valuables on July 4.

The victim told cops she was in the pad near Avenue I at 2:30 am when the guy attacked her and stole her cellphone, driver’s license, wallet, and Macy’s credit card.

The victim had no visible injuries but the friend-turned-foe was arrested, according to a police report.

Crazy crook

A mysterious motor vehicle burglar broke into a car parked on Utica Avenue on July 4 — and stole some pretty bulky souvenirs.

The perp took a navigation system, an air bag, and the seats from the vehicle left between Avenues N and O at 11 pm, then disappeared into the night with the lot.

Window-breaking brute

A vandal broke a window of a car parked on Utica Avenue on July 5, but didn’t take a thing.

The vehicle was sitting between Avenues K and L at 1 am when the menace shattered the glass.

Tire slashers

Police arrested four men who they say slashed two tires of a luxury car on Utica Avenue on July 5.

The male perps went after the front tires of a 2008 Mercedes Benz parked between Fillmore and Flatbush avenues at 3 am, according to a police report.

Stolen goods

A thug jacked some electronics after breaking into a car parked on E. 48th Street on July 5 by smashing a window.

The thief busted the window of the auto between Avenues J and K at 11 pm — and took off with a navigation system and earphones.

— Vanessa Ogle

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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