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Shore sneak

Some thief slipped through an unlocked apartment door of a Shore Road building on Dec. 6 to steal jewelry, a laptop and a camera.

The security video for the building, which is between 74th Street and Bay Parkway, shows a thin man with an oversized coat slipping into the lobby and going up the stairs at around 11:30 am — about the same time that one of the residents went down to the laundry room, leaving his door unlocked.

The man’s wife was in the shower when the stealthy thief sneaked in the apartment, jacking the tech gear, three necklaces and a gold ring.

Where: 7401 Shore Rd.
Updated Oct. 21, 2011
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