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Sticky fingers

A sneaky suspect slipped the wallet out of a woman’s purse on Bedford Avenue on June 16.

The 60-year-old victim said that she felt her purse being unzipped as she exited the L-train station at N. Seventh Street.

When she looked inside, she discovered that her wallet was gone — and with it, money and credit cards.

But nearby was a man looking suspicious, so she asked if he had done the deed.

“I don’t do that sweetie,” the man replied.

Whoever committed the crime used one of the credit cards to buy a $45 Metrocard at the station.

Where: N. Seventh Street and Bedford Avenue
Updated Oct. 21, 2011
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