Burglar grabs saw and skiiing gear from garage

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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Hobby robby

Somebody broke into a Bay Ridge Avenue garage sometime between June 29 and 30 and took a saw and skiing gear.

The hobbyist homeowner left the house between Shore Road and Owl’s Head Court in Bay Ridge at 8 am and didn’t return until 8:10 am the next day, finding that someone had broken into the garage door and taken his gear, police said.

Tool time

A tool with a tool stole tools from a van parked on Seventh Avenue on June 29.

The driver left his ride near 71st Street on the Bay Ridge-Dyker Heights border at 2:30 pm, and when he returned at 4 pm, he found that someone had drilled the van’s locks and taken some construction equipment, police said.

Wallet withdrawl

A sneak stole a man’s wallet from a Third Avenue bank on July 4.

The guy left his wallet on the table at the financial institution between 71st and 72nd streets in Bay Ridge at 2 pm, but when he returned a few minutes later, it was gone, police said.

Robber cuffed

Cops collared a man who they say robbed a guy at knifepoint on 77th Street on July 2.

Police charge that the suspect took $240 from a guy between Fort Hamilton Parkway and 10th Avenue in Dyker Heights at 10:50 am, but someone called the cops — and they arrived before the alleged thief could make his getaway, a police report states.

— Max Jaeger

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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