Three women attacked another woman on Avenue O on May 5 — snagging her wallet in the process.
The victim told police that she was between W. 10th and W. 11th streets on her way to get some exercise in a park at 8:30 am when she was ambushed by the three assailants. One of the thug grabbed her by the hair, while the other crooks grabbed her wallet — containing credit cards and a driver’s license — before fleeing.
A robber stole $2,600 from a 16th Avenue apartment on May 3.
The crook busted into the apartment between 79th and 80th streets through the door sometime after 3:30 pm, taking the large sum of cash before fleeing, cops said.
A knife-wielding thug robbed a woman — taking $2,600 — on Bath Avenue on May 5.
The victim told police that she was near Bay Parkway at 11:45 pm when the goon grabbed her and pressed the knife to her neck. The crook then dipped his sticky fingers into victim’s bag, taking the her cellphone, credit cards, and cash.
A thief robbed a W. 11th Street apartment of electronics and jewelry on May 6.
The crook entered the apartment between Avenues S and T through an unlocked window sometime after 2 am, cops said.
A bunch of goons jumped a man on 24th Avenue on May 5, taking various electronics and credit cards.
The victim told police that he was near 86th Street at 5 am when several thugs threw him to the ground, and showered him with punches and kicks. While the victim was face down on the street, the crooks pilfered his pockets, taking his valuables.
A crook broke into a woman’s 21st Avenue apartment on May 7 — and left with her jewelry.
The victim told police she left her home between 69th and 70th streets to go to work at 6:45 pm, and returned later to find her front door busted in and her jewelry missing.
A burglar pilfered a 64th Street apartment on May 4, taking $500, electronics, and luggage.
Police said the crook entered the apartment near 19th Street by picking the lock on the front door sometime after 2 pm.
Someone ransacked a woman’s 66th Street apartment on May 1 — taking $3,300 worth of jewelry.
The victim told police that she left her home between 14th and 15th avenues for work at 9:20 am, and returned later to find her front door ajar, with debris and the door’s lock scattered across the floor. After taking a look around, she discovered that her valuables were gone.
— Colin Mixson
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