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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Boxer-brief bandit

Cops arrested a man for allegedly for trying to steal boxer briefs and locks from a Smith Street pharmacy on Aug. 8.

Police claim that the man attempted to smuggle the stolen goods out of the drug store between Warren and Baltic streets at 6 a.m., but the store’s manager stopped him and recovered the underwear.

Pedaling crime

A perp stole a man’s bike from the rear courtyard of his house on Columbia Street sometime after July 23.

The victim told police he discovered his $930 mountain bike was stolen from his duplex between Sacket and Union streets on Aug. 6 at 10 a.m.

Cold-blooded

A thief swiped eight pints of delicious Häagen Dazs ice cream from a Court Street deli on Aug. 5.

The employee told police that the fiend nabbed $52.32 worth of frozen confections from the sandwich shop between Amity and Bergen streets sometime between 11:19 p.m. and midnight.

Pants perp

A man nabbed a $370 pair of jeans from a luxury store on Atlantic Avenue on Aug. 6.

An employee told police that the thief fled the store between Clinton and Court streets with the ritzy slacks at 3:15 p.m., before hightailing it with his ill-gotten pants.

— Rose Adams

Updated 12:17 pm, August 7, 2019
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