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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Blinged out

A crook stole an estimated $1,960 worth of jewelry from a Court Street store at some point between March 5 and March 6.

The incident occurred at the store between Warren and Baltic streets between 4 pm on March 5 and 1 pm the next day, according to police.

What a tool

A punk stole $5,600 worth of tools from a Sackett Street construction site at sometime overnight on March 7.

The incident occurred from the site between Court and Smith streets at some point between 3:30 pm on March 7 and 2 am the next day, cops said.

Purse snatcher

A lout stole a purse from a Smith Street store on March 8.

The theft occurred at the store near Butler Street shortly after 5 pm, police said.

Well-fed thief

Cops cuffed a woman who they say stole a package of prepared food that was delivered to a Second Street home on March 9.

The alleged theft occurred from the home between Court and Smith streets at some point between 4:50 pm and 6:30 pm, police said.

Drugstore haul

Police arrested a man who allegedly stole makeup, bug spray, toothpaste, and gum from a Smith Street store on March 11.

The alleged theft occurred around 12:20 pm at the store near Warren Street, according to police, who added that the man had an outstanding warrant.

— Julianne McShane

Updated 8:25 am, March 13, 2019
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