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Police: Woman steals a thousand dollars in clothing

Brooklyn Daily

63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Shoplifter

A 27-year-old woman was arrested for shoplifting after security guards at an Avenue U retailer caught her with more than a thousand dollars worth of stolen clothing on March. 5.

The employee told police that he was at work inside the Kings Plaza clothing store between E. 54th and E. 55th streets at 2 pm when he noticed the suspect slipping jeans, jackets, underwear, and handbags into her purse. After she left she left the store, the guards ran over and searched her bag, recovering the ill-begotten attire, according to a spokesman for Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes.

Brutal attack

Police arrested a 29-year-old man who they say beat a woman on Hendrickson Street on March 11.

The victim told police that she was between aAvenues U and T at 3:21 am when the suspect began assailing her, striking her in the face and body before yanking her hair and throwing a piece of glass at her, striking the poor woman in her head.

— Colin Mixson

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Maggie from Gerritsen Bch says:
Why the mystery? Why wasn't Colin Mixson specific and give name of store where 27 year old woman was arrested for shoplifting, within Kings Plaza? No female name; no store name. Ho Hum.
Reading Brooklyn Daily's stories is sometimes like eating steak without any seasoning...BORING.
March 13, 2013, 7:32 pm

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