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Toshi’d!

Two thieves broke into an illegal Driggs Avenue hotel’s office on July 30, stealing four computers.

Hotel Toshi owner Robert Chan told cops that he had left his basement management office at 2:30 am, but one hour later, two thieves entered the S. Fifth Street building with a key card, as a surveillance camera revealed before one of the perps spray-painted the camera lens.

Meanwhile, an outside camera showed a dark-colored SUV pull up in front of the building and get filled with $6,689 worth of computers before leaving at 4 am.

Chan told police that it must have been an inside job, as he had recently fired 20 employees.

Where: 808 Driggs Ave.
Updated Aug. 3, 2010
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