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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Sluggers

Two brutes beat a man with a baseball bat on Brighton Sixth Street on March 18.

The man told police that he was walking home between Oceanview and Brighton Beach avenues at 4 am when one of the goons grabbed him by the neck. A second lout jumped out and started punching him in the face and body, authorities said. Then the ruffian picked up a bat and struck the man in the head, said police.

The man collapsed on the ground, but the fiends kept kicking and punching him in the head and body. One of the slimeballs riffled through the man’s pockets and swiped his cellphone, officials said.

The victim said he recognized one of his attackers as his ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend, according to a police report.

Mugger

A cad attacked a woman and grabbed her cellphone on Bay View Avenue on March 12.

The woman told police the man approached her near Neptune Avenue at 6 pm, when he slapped her in the face.

The woman fell back in shock and the thief took the opportunity to swipe her phone and run off, police said.

Bad nap

Two nogoodniks swiped a sleeping lady’s purse on the Q train at the W. Eighth Street stop on March 9.

The woman told police she got on the train at Atlantic Avenue and drifted off with her pocketbook on the seat behind her.

When the woman woke up at 2 am at W. Eighth Street, she saw two goons walk off the train with her bag as the doors closed, according to a police report.

Not so fast

Police arrested a man for stealing a woman’s wallet on Oceanview Avenue on March 8, said police.

The woman told police she stored her bag in her manager’s office near Parkside Avenue during her shift, but when she returned at 9 pm her wallet was missing. The woman approached her manager and the pair reviewed security footage of a man they know sneak into the office and take the wallet, according to a police report.

— Caroline Spivack

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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