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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Beating for breakfast

Two galoots beat up a guy and stole his phone and wallet on 82nd Street early on the morning of Sept. 21, cops said.

The victim had just parked his car between Fifth and Sixth avenues at 6:05 am when the two goons pushed him to the ground and started punching and kicking him, police said.

The lowlifes took their victim’s phone and wallet, then scrammed, a report states.

Pain in the glass

A burglar who broke into a 92nd Street home through a rear window sometime between Sept. 12 and Sept. 15 stole $12,740 in jewelry, law enforcement officials said.

The victim left the house between Colonial Road and Ridge Boulevard at 7:40 am on Friday and returned at 7:15 am on Monday to find her gems jacked, police said.

Cat burglar’s meow

An intruder who broke into a 96th Street home through a second-story window on Sept. 17 made off with $74,500 in jewelry, officers recounted.

The resident left her home between Marine and Third avenues at 11 am, and when she returned at 2:10 pm, she saw someone had climbed through the window and looted her jewels, per law enforcement officials.

— Max Jaeger

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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