Crook picks Apple computers from store

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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest—
Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Apple picker

A sneak robbed a Kings Highway business sometime overnight on July 9, cops said.

The victim told cops he locked up his storefront near E. 13th Street around 11 pm, and when he returned the next day, he found the door pried open, with two Apple computers missing from the shop, the report claims.

Empty Nest

Some jerk robbed a guy’s van on Avenue V on July 13, cops said.

The victim told cops he left his van parked in his mother-in-law’s driveway near W. Ninth Street around 9:30 am. The report claims the victim received a call from his in-law, telling him his doors were wide open. When he returned, he found 111 Nest Thermostats missing from his van, police said.

Five on one

Five louts robbed and assaulted a guy on Batchelder Street on July 9, cops say.

The victim told police he was leaving a housing complex near W. Ninth Street around 8 pm, when he was approached by the five goons, who asked if he lived in the area. When he told them he lived in Coney Island, the brutes punched and kicked him, then stole his wallet, containing a school ID and student MetroCard, according to authorities.


Three baddies assaulted and robbed a woman on Gravesend Neck Road on July 9, cops say.

The victim told cops she was approached by one of the meanies near E. 22nd Street around 3:50 pm. One of them slapped the victim in the face repeatedly, while another swiped the victim’s phone from her purse, cops said. The cowardly brutes then down E. 23rd Street, police reported.

— Ben Verde

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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