Scoundrels take man’s phone

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84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Six against one

A pack of six scoundrels stole a guy’s cellphone from a Fulton Street store on Dec. 7, police said.

The victim told cops the six baddies grabbed an iPhone from the victim and ran out of the store near Gallatin Place at about 8 pm, breaking the glass on the way out, according to authorities.

What a bus-t!

Cops cuffed a guy for hitting a bus driver while she was working on Livingston Street on Dec. 7.

The 25-year-old suspect socked the 57-year-old driver while she was working near Hoyt Street at about noon and then kicked the glass door of the bus, according to authorities. Paramedics transported the victim to Cobble Hill Hospital.

Jewel thief

Some sneak stole a woman’s jewelry from her Duffield Street hotel room on Dec. 2, police said.

The victim told cops she left her jewelry bag in a suitcase in her hotel room near Fulton Street before going shopping at about 9:30 am and when she returned a few hours later, noticed one of each pair of her earrings were gone, according to authorities.

Diamond trade

A con artist stole a diamond ring from a Fulton Street mall on Nov. 24, police said.

Store owners on Dec. 4 told cops that the fraudster swapped a fake ring for a $4,000 real one inside the store near Hoyt Street, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

Posted 12:00 am, December 12, 2018
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