Lingerie larcenist strikes

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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Panty raid

A pervy plunderer ransacked a woman’s 14th Avenue apartment on Aug. 5 and made off with her underwear, anxiety meds, and jewelry.

The lingerie larcenist weaseled his way into the apartment between 68th Street and Bay Ridge Avenue in Dyker Heights sometime between 4 and 7:20 pm by busting open the front door, police said.

Sleight of hand

A pickpocket stole a guy’s wallet on Fifth Avenue on Aug. 1.

The mark was on the corner of 86th Street in Bay Ridge at noon when a woman bumped into him, police said. He noticed minutes later that his wallet was gone and reported the loss to police, officials said.

Bad housekeeping

A goon ransacked a Bay Ridge Avenue home and stole $3,000 on Aug. 3.

The brute bashed in the front door to the house between 13th and 14th avenues in Dyker Heights sometime between 8 am and 6 pm, strewed stuff everywhere, and made off with the cash, police said.

Take the bike and rung

A dirt-bag opportunist stole a dirt bike and a ladder from a Sixth Avenue home when the resident left her garage door open on Aug. 5.

The victim left her home between 81st and 82nd Sreets in Dyker Heights for about 15 minutes at 12:15 pm, neglecting to close the garage door, police said. When she returned, the ladder and off-road motorcycle were gone.

— Max Jaeger

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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