Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights
A burglar made off with the actual kitchen sink from an Ovington Avenue home sometime between June 12 and June 15, police report.
The homeowner — who resides on Long Island — told cops she visited the house between Fifth and Sixth avenues at 10 am on June 12. When she returned three days later at 6 pm, she discovered the door busted down and the wash basin and some attached copper piping removed.
A lowlife lifted a woman’s purse at a popular Third Avenue watering hole on June 15, according to cops.
The victim said she was at the establishment between 75th and 76th streets at 2 am when she put her bag beneath a coat under the bar to go to the bathroom. When she returned, the pocketbook — holding her BlackBerry, designer shades, Galaxy phone, and iPod Touch — was gone.
A crook heisted thousands in cash and jewelry and destroyed a flat-screen television at a house on 79th Street on June 19, authorities say.
The victims said she left her home between Sixth and Seventh avenues at 2 pm, and came back at 9:30 pm to find her door broken open and $2,000 in cash, a pair of rings, and a pair of necklaces stolen — and the screen on her boob tube busted.
A thief jacked a car parked on 67th Street on June 21, according to police.
The auto’s owner said her son left the sedan between Fourth and Fifth avenues at midnight, and returned 55 minutes later to see that the vehicle was gone.
— Will BreddermanReach reporter Will Bredderman at email@example.com or by calling (718) 260-4507.
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