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Gunpoint mug on Baltic Street

Brooklyn Daily

76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Gunpoint rob

Two goons pulled a gun on a 39-year-old during a violent mugging on Baltic Street on Nov. 20.

The victim was nearing Hoyt Street at 12:30 am when the suspects approached, demanded property, then pistol-whipped him when he didn’t move fast enough.

Oh, honey!

Thieves looted the Ted and Honey Café on Clinton Street on Nov. 21, taking two safes that contained more than $9,000, an iPad and a laptop computer.

Burglars entered the eatery at Verandah Place through an unlocked basement door after workers closed for the night at 1 am. A delivery service found the side door open — and the café ransacked — at 3 am, employees told police.

Vale villain

A thief in a bright red jacket smashed his way into a Pacific Street business on Nov. 15, taking a $2,500 Apple MacBook.

Witnesses told police that the thief used a brick to break the glass window to Natasha Vale Design between Henry and Clinton streets at 4:30 am.

Columbia catfight

Police said they arrested a 37-year-old woman who attacked a 37-year-old during a fierce Nov. 21 catfight on Columbia Street.

The two women, who knew each other, were arguing near Lorraine Street at 9:30 am when the 37-year-old spit at her opponent, then grabbed her by the hair and bit her lip — leaving her with injuries that needed medical attention.

— Thomas Tracy

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