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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Crowing victory

A brute bashed a man on the braincase with a crowbar on 74th Street on April 8, police reported.

The victim was near the corner of New Utrecht Avenue at 6:30 am, when surveillance footage shows the thug came up from behind and struck the victim over the head with the tool, cops said.

Pee ball

A goon beat a man with a baseball bat who was urinating in public on 67th Street on April 9, according to cops.

The victim said he stopped to relieve himself on the apartment building between 18th and 19th avenues at 11 pm. Suddenly, a maniac appeared and began striking him about the head, back, and arms with a club, authorities stated.

BB queen

An unknown sniper shot a woman in the neck with a pellet gun on 73rd Street on April 14, authorities said.

The victim said she was standing outside a building between 15th and 16th avenues at 10:45 am when the small ball popped her into the neck.

Inked up

A pair of lady shoplifters swiped several printer cartridges from a Cropsey Avenue store on April 11, police stated.

Security cameras show the sneak-thieves entering the pharmacy between 20th Avenue and Bay 25th Street at 1 pm, according to a report. The pair split up — one heading for the aisle of printer cartridges, the other going across the store — and the first loaded a bag with replacement ink supplies, then called the other, set the tote on the floor, and exited, the report says. The other then came around, picked up the loot, and left, cops said.

Dialed up

A thief snatched a phone from the hand of a woman at the corner of W. Fourth Street on April 11, cops said.

The victim said she was near Avenue T at 2:50 pm on her way home when the scalawag ran up behind her and grabbed the gadget from her grip. The lowlife then scrammed in the direction of Avenue U, according to police.

— Will Bredderman

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