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78th Precinct

Park Slope

Glass hole

Cops have given up the hunt for the jerk who smashed a woman’s car window on Prospect Place on April 29.

The victim told police she left her four-door between Flatbush and Carlton avenues at 1 a.m., and returned that evening to find some goon had gone ham on a rear passenger-side window, costing her about $200 in damages.

No parking

Investigators are calling off the search for a thief who looted the glove box of an elderly woman’s car on Ninth Street on April 30, taking her handicapped parking placard.

The victim, 71, told police she left her car between Sixth and Seventh avenues at noon, and returned four hours later to find her parking placard, along with $10 and her registration, stolen.

Oh, baby!

A thief stole packages containing baby supplies from a St. Marks Avenue home on April 26.

The victim told police that a thief nabbed her delivery of baby food and clothing from her home between Fifth and Sixth avenues sometime after 5 p.m.

Chip and dip

Cops are throwing up their hands in the search for the reckless driver who smashed into a man’s car on Flatbush Avenue on April 29, before peeling off.

The victim told police he was sitting in his parked car between Bergen Street and Sixth Avenue at 10:17 a.m. when wacko side swiped him and then sped off.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 1:19 pm, May 8, 2019
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