Louts take with deliveryman’s car and food

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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest— Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Car robbery fiasco

Two miscreants stole a delivery man’s car on Brown Street on March 29.

The victim said he was delivering food to a customer near Avenue T and saw a man in front of the home. A second man then came out of a white vehicle and both men grabbed him and held him on the ground, police reported.

Someone at the address opened the door, so one the goons fled in the white car towards Avenue S while the other got into the victim’s Toyota Highlander and also drove off towards Avenue S, according to the police report. They took the food, too, the victim told cops.

Police said the victim was not injured, and that a search of the area did not yield any results.

Cash theft

A good-for-nothing stole cash from a woman on E. 24th Street sometime between March 23 and 26.

The victim said she left her house near Avenue Z on March 23 at 8 am. When she returned at 5 pm on March 26, she found two bedrooms in her home ransacked and $250 missing, cops said. She told officers that the thief entered through the kitchen window.

Punk steals iPad

A punk stole a woman’s iPad from an E. 18th Street apartment on March 30.

The victim told authorities she left her home near Avenue T at 9:45 am, and when she got back at 2:45 pm, noticed her silver iPad was missing.

Police said the thief got in through a bedroom window.

— Adam Lucente

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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