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Knife-wielding dirtbag slashed man on Bay View Avenue

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Boxcutter

A knife-wielding dirtbag attacked a man on Bay View Avenue on Oct. 6.

The victim told police that the lout slashed him with the boxcutter on the head near Neptune Avenue around 8:30 pm.

Hit and run

A goon attacked a man in his West 25 Street home on Oct. 4.

The victim told police that he opened the front door of his home on Surf Avenue around 10:10 pm when the perp hit him with an unknown object and fled the scene.

Brick brothers

A villain hit his brother with a brick on Cypress Avenue on Oct. 1.

The victim told police that he was arguing with his brother when the bruiser tossed a brick at him near Seagate Avenue around 10:00 am.

Car looter

A filcher looted a parked car on Shore Parkway on Oct. 5.

The victim told police that she parked her car near Bay 44 Street around 2:20 pm, when the raider shattered the glass window and stole her purse by the time she returned an hour later.

Bank fraud

A purloiner attempted to cash a $2,771 fraudulent check at a bank on Brighton Beach Avenue on Oct. 2.

An employee confronter the con artist for using a fake identification while at the bank near Coney Island Avenue around 3:50 pm, before the swindler fled the scene.

— Joe Hiti

Updated 12:37 pm, October 9, 2019
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