A knuckle-duster-wearing punk posing as a cop beat and mugged a man inside an apartment building on 63rd Street on June 21, authorities say.
The victim said he was waiting for his friend in the lobby of the building near 18th Avenue at 11 am when the goon came in and started barking orders.
“I am a cop, put your hands up,” the thug demanded.
The victim complied, and the savage pulverized him with the brass knuckles, then took his wallet with $85 in cash inside.
A burglar busted through two bolted doors to clean out a 21st Avenue jewelry store on June 22, police say.
Security cameras show the lowlife breaking the lock on the metal gate of the shop between 85th and 86th streets at 8 pm, then breaking the fastener on the front door, before entering and cleaning out the jewelry display.
A thief made off with the lawn ornamentation from a Bay 40th Street home’s front yard on June 16, according to cops.
The victim told police she last checked the grass plot in front of her house near the corner of Benson Avenue at 11 pm. When she awoke the next morning, she saw six of her solar groundlights, a potted shrub, and a religious statue missing.
A thug jacked a woman’s cellphone as she was riding the N train pulling into the Bay Parkway stop on June 17, police state.
The victim said the train was entering the station near the corner of W. Seventh Street at 11:55 am when the crook snatched her mobile device and fled through the open doors.
Two dirty perps lifted 146 containers of Olay body wash from an 86th Street pharmacy on June 18, police report.
The owner of the store near the corner of Bay 41st Street said the two miscreants grabbed the bottles off his shelves at 5:30 pm and fled out the door.
— Will Bredderman
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