Louts attack and rob man on Willoughby Street

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Unheard of

Three brutes violently robbed a man on Willoughby Street on May 3.

The victim was walking towards Ashland Place at 5:10 p.m. when the scofflaws walked up to him from behind and punched him in the face and head, causing him to fall to the ground, according to the authorities.

The punks then stole the man’s headphones and ran towards Flatbush Avenue Extension, cops said.


A man hit another guy with a cane on Classon Avenue on May 3.

The striker whacked the victim on his arm near Putnam Avenue at 6 p.m., according to police.

Band of burglars

Burglars looted a woman’s home at St. James Place between May 3 and 5.

The victim went upstate for the weekend around 3 p.m. and when she returned to her home between Greene and Gates avenues she saw that someone had broken in through the first floor and taken several laptops, a computer, and a bike before making a run for it, according to cops.

Lighten up

Thieves stole a man’s lighting equipment at Gates Avenue between April 23 and 29.

The victim put his gear into the trunk of his car parked near at St. James Place at around 4 p.m. on April 23, and when returned six days later at 11 a.m. to find that someone had taken his stuff, police reported.

Sign, steal, deliver

A bandit stole a man’s car on Clinton Avenue on May 2.

The victim told cops he left his keys in the ignition while making a delivery near Lafayette Avenue at 9 p.m., and when he returned, his car was gone.

— Kevin Duggan

Posted 12:00 am, May 8, 2019
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