Pirates stick-up woman’s car on Brighton Fifth Street

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Window shopping

Three pirates looted $2,100 worth of property from a parked car on Brighton Fifth street on Nov. 2.

The victim told police that the three thieves grabbed her keys from her hand on Neptune Avenue at around 11 pm, before unlocking the car and stealing fur clothing, a Louis Vuitton bag, and her passport.

Hot wheels

A thief swiped all four tires from a car that was parked overnight on Cropsey Avenue on Oct. 27.

The victim told police that he returned to his car near 26th avenue at around 7 pm and noticed the wheels were stolen.

Dunkin dirtbag

A villain stole a man’s phone from a Neptune Avenue Dunkin Donuts on Nov. 1.

The victim told police that both men were sitting in the donut chain between Ocean Avenue and Brighton Third Street at around 1 pm, when the bandit snatched the phone from the unsuspecting victim and ran off.

Locker room larceny

A thief snatched a debit card from the locker room of a W. 8th Street gym on Oct. 31.

The victim told police that the purloiner broke into the locker at the athletic center near Neptune Avenue around 10 am and stole the card.

The fraudster later attempted to use the card at a nearby pharmacy, according to police reports.

— Jessica Parks

Posted 12:00 am, November 6, 2019
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