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Goons make off with phone, bank cards and jewelry in Dekalb Avenue robbery

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Goon squad!

A group of baddies robbed a man on DeKalb Avenue on May 27.

The victim was walking toward Hudson Avenue when four goons surrounded him and demanded he give them his phone, bank cards, and jewelry at 9:05 p.m., according to cops.

The victim then escaped into an eatery on the corner of Flatbush and Atlantic avenues and the louts followed him and tried to get his phone’s passcode, the authorities said.

Store robber

A criminal robbed a Flatbush Avenue Ext. convenience store on May 29.

The nogoodnik tried to leave the store without paying for his tea drink at noon when an employee locked the door so that he couldn’t escape at Fulton Street.

The ne’er-do-well then threatened to harm the store manager until he reopened the door and the crook fled the scene, according to police.

Group robbery

Three bruisers violently robbed a man on S. Oxford Street on May 30.

The victim told cops that the rogues snatched his cellphone and then one of them put him in a headlock and pushed him into a car between DeKalb and Lafayette avenues at 11:10 p.m.

The man then started to fight back but another one of the reprobates told his accomplice to run his pockets and while also hitting him in the head with an umbrella twice, according to police.

Delivery dirtbag

A wretch violently stole a deliveryman’s e-bike on Lexington Avenue on June 1.

The victim told cops that the snake punched him in the face while he was making a delivery near Grand Avenue at 11 p.m.

The bandit then took his e-bike and fled the scene toward Classon Avenue, according to the police.

Knifed!

A brute stabbed her boyfriend in the hallway of a Carlton Avenue apartment building on June 2.

The victim told cops that the knave pierced him in the leg with a steak knife near Park Avenue at 11:30 a.m.

He then brought himself to Brooklyn Hospital for treatment, cops said.

Pole attack

A man suffered a laceration to his elbow after a jerk hit him with a pole on DeKalb Avenue on May 31.

The victim told cops he was stepping out of a store near Ashland Place when the mystery menace hit him with the metal pole at 9:55 a.m.

Paramedics rushed to the scene and brought him to Methodist Hospital, according to the authorities.

Slash attack

A scammer threatened to post a Washington Avenue man’s nude photos online on May 29.

The victim told police he got talking with the malefactor on the gay dating app Grindr between noon and 3 p.m. and sent him naked photos of himself from his residence between Willoughby and DeKalb avenues.

The charlatan then began sending the victim messages from various phone numbers asking for money threatening to post the pictures on social media around 4:30 p.m., police said.

The victim deleted his dating app account but said that the hoaxer created several fake social media accounts, according to cops.

— Kevin Duggan

Updated 8:48 am, June 5, 2019
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