Thief nabs small fortune in fish

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Smells fishy

A fishy fiend snatched $131.88 worth of salmon from a deli on Court Street on June 17.

Police report that the finned filcher entered the store between Third and Fourth places at 12:30 p.m., before stealing twelve packets of the pricey salmon steak.

Punk rock

Some punk threw a rock into a car window on Creamer Street sometime between June 21 and 23.

Cops say the jerk smashed the rock through the car’s rear passenger-side window, causing $250 worth of damage to the 2003 Nissan Maximum, which was parked on the corner of Creamer and Columbia streets.

Protein pirate

A thief snagged $46 worth of protein shakes from a Court Street drug store on June 22.

The jerk grabbed two Ensure Nutrition shakes at 9:25 a.m., before fleeing past the register of the pharmacy between Pacific and Deans streets, cops said.

Shirt shoplifter

Two baddies stole $950 worth of shirts from an Atlantic Avenue retailer on June 16.

Employees told police that the looters grabbed 25 T-shirts at 3 p.m., before fleeing the store between Clinton and Court streets, according to authorities.

— Rose Adams

Posted 12:00 am, June 26, 2019
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