Thug attacks woman for iPhone

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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Bruised fruit

A brute battered a woman and stole her iPhone on 64th Street on Feb. 13, police report.

The victim said she was between 10th and 11th avenues on the way to her sister’s house at 7 pm when the thug grabbed her from behind, punched her in the face, and threw her to the ground. The crook then took her iPhone and fled toward 11th Avenue.

Dyker heist

A bandit looted a 73rd Street apartment of thousands of dollars in cash and jewelry on Feb. 11, according to cops.

The victim reported that she left her ground-floor pad between 13th and 14th avenues at 2 pm, and came back at 5:15 pm to see her back sliding-glass door in shards and three gold rings, one onyx ring, a diamond bracelet, a diamond necklace, an elk ivory watch, a pair of elk ivory cufflinks, $5,000 in bills, and her Nikon camera missing.

Treasure chest

A scalawag stole a pirate’s ransom of jewelry and electronics from a 76th Street apartment on Feb. 12, cops say.

The victim said she left her home between Third and Fourth avenues at 5:30 pm, and came back four hours later to find her front entrance blocked shut with the door of a nearby closet.

When she pushed her way in, she saw her apartment in disarray and the shade up on her fire escape window — and two iPads, her checkbook, a gold chain, two gold necklaces, two gold watches, two gold bracelets, a silver necklace, a pair of gold earings, and two gold pendants gone!

Chinese lottery

A villain ransacked a Ridge Boulevard apartment of techie gadgets and Chinese currency on Feb. 12, according to authorities.

The victim said he left his home between 75th and 76th streets at 7 am and came back at 11:30 pm to see his MacBook, his tablet computer, his Canon camera, his watch, and $400 in foreign money missing.

Dude got a Dell

A lowlife swiped a Dell computer from a Fourth Avenue apartment on Feb. 10, cops say.

The victims said she left her home between 96th and 97th streets at 1 pm, and returned seven and a half hours later to see she no longer owned a computer.

— Will Bredderman

Reach reporter Will Bredderman at or by calling (718) 260-4507.

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