Crooks beat and rob man inside hotel room

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72nd Precinct

Sunset Park–Windsor Terrace

Hotel three-way

Three crooks beat and robbed a man inside a Fourth Avenue hotel on Dec. 20.

The victim told police he was inside a room with three other guys at the inn between 25th and 26th streets at 4:10 am, when the goons suddenly attacked him, punching him in the face a couple times, before nabbing $750 from his jacket and fleeing.

Bedroom bandit

A thief stole $8,000 from a man’s 57th Street apartment on Dec. 21.

The victim told police the crook entered his apartment between Seventh and Eighth avenues at around 7:35 pm, and took the small fortune in cash he’d stowed inside a drawer in his bedroom.

Galaxy quest

Some rascal snatched a pricey cellphone from a woman’s hand on Fifth Avenue on Dec. 21.

The victim told police she was between 50th and 51st streets at 8:15 pm, when the crook reached out and grabbed the Galaxy Note 9 from her hand.

Have a beer!

A goon beat a man with a beer bottle on Eighth Avenue on Dec. 22.

The victim told police he was between 48th and 49th streets when the ruffian, a complete stranger, conked him on the head with a bottle of Corona at 9:45 pm, sending him on a trip to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Bedtime blues

Some crooks looted a man’s 55th Street home while he slept on Dec. 18.

The victim told police the burglars looted his home between Sixth and Seventh avenues while he was asleep at 3:02 am, nabbing $2,000 and an iPhone 7.

— Colin Mixson

Posted 12:00 am, January 2, 2019
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