Guy steals dog food, attacks worker

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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Doggone crook!

Some bonehead attacked a man while fleeing an 86th street store with stolen dog food on July 24.

The victim told police the malefactor tried to run off from the Stilwell Avenue shop with a bag of stolen dog chow just after 2 p.m., and the punk hurled an employee to the ground on his way out, according to police.

Another employee tried to stop the thief by standing in front of the crook’s car, but the rake got out, pushed him to the ground, and flung the bag of dog food out the window while speeding off.

Goon squad

Two brutes punched a guy on 65th Street on July 25.

The victim told police he was walking towards New Utrecht Avenue when the dastardly duo surrounded him and demanded his wallet at 11 p.m.

The victim refused and one of the bruisers punched him in the arms and ran towards 15th Avenue, according to police.

Cut it close

Some fiend attacked a guy on 86th Street on July 25.

The victim told cops he was arguing with the nogoodnik following a dispute about money when the ruffian sucker-punched him and cut his shirt with a knife, near 20th Avenue at 4:35 a.m.

Sit on that!

Police arrested a man they suspect of attacking a teen with a chair inside a 17th Avenue deli on July 27.

The 17-year-old victim told cops that his brother whacked him with the piece of furniture and punched him all over his body, at Bay Ridge Avenue at 11:15 p.m.

Driven to crime

A thief stole a guy’s car on 81st Street on July 25.

The victim told police he left his car unlocked and the engine running near 19th Avenue just before 10:30 p.m., and when he came back the bandit had sped off with his gas guzzler.

— Kevin Duggan

Posted 12:00 am, July 31, 2019
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