Fort Greene–Clinton Hill
A wannabe “Ocean’s Eleven” mastermind made an illicit withdrawal at a Atlantic Avenue cash machine on July 30, cops said.
The thief took the simple route, forcing the machine open at a gas station between Grand Avenue and Saint James Place, and bagging up $10,000 in cash, police reported.
In another cash-machine clean-out, a cretin grabbed $370 from a machine on DeKalb Avenue on July 30, per cops.
The robber pried open the cash machine between Fort Greene Place and Saint Felix Street sometime between 8:50 am and 9:18 pm, when the business housing it received an alert from the machine company and notified police, according to a report.
Police arrested a woman after they say she attacked him with a mop handle on Lafayette Avenue on Aug. 1.
The man and the suspect got into an argument at the corner of Clinton Avenue around 5:45 pm, and it escalated when the accused began whacking the fellow in the arms and back with the makeshift club, drawing blood, cops said.
The 41-year-old victim was treated at the scene, according to a police report.
A burglar swiped a man’s bike from a house on Washington Avenue on July 27, cops said.
The victim was away from his abode between Myrtle and Park avenues between 11:30 am and 8:40 pm, officers stated. When he returned from work he found the door to his home wide open, a report states.
The bandit crept in without busting anything and snatched the bike valued at $280 from the building’s lobby, police said.
A woman lost her Apple computer to a burglar on Myrtle Avenue on July 27, police recounted.
The victim left her pad between Vanderbilt and Clinton avenues at 4 pm and came back at 8:30 pm to find the door forced open and her $1,500 Powerbook Pro vanished, according to a report.
A cat burglar snuck in the window of a second-floor apartment on S. Oxford Street sometime between July 24 and July 28, police said.
The victim, who lives between DeKalb and Lafayette avenues, reported the thief made off with $500 in tools.
A scoundrel broke into a parked utilities company truck at the corner of Waverly and and Willoughby avenues sometime overnight on July 28, per the NYPD.
The truck’s driver left the vehicle at 6 pm and returned at 6 am the next day, only to discover a company laptop, a cellphone headset, and a laptop charger — worth a total of $1,170 — filched, cops said.
An eagle-eyed opportunist smashed the window of a car parked on Hall Street sometime overnight on July 28 and absconded with a navigation system, a couple credit cards, and stethoscope, officers said.
The victim parked the vehicle between DeKalb and Willoughby avenues at 10 pm and, when he returned to it at 8:30 am, he saw $380 worth of stuff gone, law enforcement officials said.
— Noah Hurowitz