Burglar swipes jewelry and cash from home

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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest— Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Home heist

A juggernaut stole jewelry and thousands of dollars of cash from a woman’s Avenue U home on Feb. 12, an officer stated.

Authorities say the cold-hearted crook broke into the apartment near E. 27th Street at 7:30 am. The victim noticed her valuables missing after she returned home from work, according to a police report.

Door to disaster

Police say a good-for-nothing robbed a home on Batchelder Street on Feb. 12 by breaking the lock on the front door.

The crook broke into the home near Avenue V at 10:15 am, officers stated. Cops say the thief stole jewelry.

Car crook

A thief stole thousands of dollars from a car repair business on McDonald Avenue on Feb. 12, cops say.

Police say the thief broke into the business near Billings Place by sneaking in through the gate near the entrance at 6:15 pm. The crafty crook made off with $7,492, according to a police report.

Bag burglary

Police say a crew of crooks stole a woman’s tote bag on Coyle Street on Feb. 13.

The woman was near Voorhies Avenue at 11:20 pm when the thieves approached, according to authorities. The victim said the men double-parked their vehicle and jumped back in after they took the bag — which contained credit cards, a cellphone, and a music player — an officer stated.

Compute this crime

A technologically savvy sneak stole tens of thousands of dollars worth of equipment from a store on McDonald Avenue on Feb. 13, according to reports.

Police say the burglar broke into the shop near Avenue U at 8:30 pm and stole diagnostic systems. Authorities say the sneak broke in through the business’ front gate, which was ajar.

— Vanessa Ogle

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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