Man sucker punches ex boss

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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Workplace dispute

A brute smashed his ex-boss in the head on 16th Avenue on June 19.

The victim told police that the bruiser hit him in the back of the head in an attempt to steal his phone, knocking him to the ground on the corner of 16th Avenue and 64th Street at 6:25 a.m. As the victim was falling, he recognized the goon as his employee from two years before, authorities said. Cops reported that the brute fled in a red Ford without stealing anything, and that the victim suffered a bump to his head.

Bad deposit

A marauder punched the manager of a convenience store on 85th Street on June 22, and stole $10,000 that the employee was going to deposit.

The employee told cops that the brute struck him in the head at 11:55 a.m. after he exited his car on the corner of 24th Avenue and 85th Street, where he was going to make a deposit for work. The robber then forced the cash bag from his shoulder, and fled in a car on 85th Street, according to cops. The employee was transported to Lutheran Hospital for head pain, police report.

Garage sale

A man took $650 worth of electronics from a resident’s garage on 78th Street on June 17.

The homeowner told police that the lout entered his open garage between 16th and 17th avenues at 11:35 p.m., before nabbing his stuff.

Cellphone sniper

Two crooks stole a woman’s cellphone on Bay Parkway on June 22.

The victim told cops that the bandits approached her and began a conversation on the corner of Bay Parkway and 73rd Street at 9:55 p.m. before taking her iPhone. The baddies then fled north on Bay Parkway by foot, according to authorities.

Break-in bandit

A thief stole two iPads and a cellphone from a house on Bay 22nd street on June 23.

The victim told cops that she put the electronics on her desk to charge overnight at around midnight, and the sneak thief climbed through the side window between 86th Street and Benson Avenue sometime later, before running off with the devices, authorities report.

— Rose Adams

Posted 12:00 am, June 26, 2019
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