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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest— Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Fresh kicks

Two rogues swiped a teen’s sneakers and cellphone as he was walking home on E. 13th Street on May 8, police said.

The 19-year-old victim told police he was near Avenue X at about 12:45 am when one of the jerks punched him in the face and the other grabbed his neck.

The baddies forced him to hand over his Jordan sneakers and Samsung Galaxy phone, and they both fled on E. 13th Street, according to authorities. The teen as left with a bloody nose and cut on his face, officials said.

Lying lout

A malefactor stole a teen and his mother’s cellphones on Oriental Boulevard on May 12, police said.

The 16-year-old victim was walking with his mom near Girard Street at about 5:45 pm when the goon came up to them and said someone had stolen his sister’s phone, and demanded they give him both of their iPhones, according to authorities.

The teen and his mom gave the punk their phones and started following him down the block until he said he would call his brother if they kept following, officials said.

Lock your doors!

Some jerk stole a guy’s envelope of money he had left in his parked car on Kings Highway on May 12, police said.

The driver had parked the vehicle to make a delivery near E. Ninth Street at about 8 pm when the baddie must have hopped in and swiped his yellow envelope with $4,000 inside, according to authorities. The driver said he left his car unlocked when he ran out to make the delivery, police said.

While he was out

Some nogoodnik swiped a guy’s electronics and designer goods from his Bragg Street home while he was out on May 7, police said.

The guy told police he had left his house near Avenue Y at 4 pm and when he returned at 11 pm he realized some sneak had stolen his Apple iPad and iPad mini, jewelry, a designer wallet, and a pricey Prada bag, according to authorities.

The guy told police he may have left his bedroom window open and wasn’t sure if the front door was unlocked when he got home, officials said.

Phantom thief

A good-for-nothing broke into a woman’s E. 12th Street house and stole her electronics and tools sometime between May 2 and May 7, police said.

The woman said while she was away from her home near Avenue Y some baddie broke the lock of her side door and removed plywood from the windows. The malefactor also ripped off a combination lock on another door, and took off with her Sony television, saw, batteries, and a hammer, according to authorities.

Bicycle trade

Some jerk stole two bicycles from a garage on Avenue R on May 12, police said.

The thief walked into the garage near E. 13th Street as a woman happened to be walking in at the same time at about 2:15 pm. He hid in the garage until she left, and was then was caught on camera walking out of the garage with two bicycles, according to authorities.

The goon left his own bike in the garage, officials said.

— Julianne Cuba

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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