Thief steals cash from woman’s bank account

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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Huge clearance

A thief stole $4,520 from a woman’s bank account at a Ralph Avenue bank on July 6.

The victim reported that she noticed the large sum was withdrawn via cash dispenser at the bank near Avenue J around 5:40 pm, according to police. But cops said that the woman’s cards were in her possession when the withdrawals were made.

Seen and taken

A marauder lifted a laptop from a car in an Avenue U home improvement store parking lot on July 14.

The vehicle’s owner told police that she parked her car at the space near E. 55th Street around 4 pm and upon returning an hour later, discovered her passenger-side door damaged and her computer missing, according to cops.

Money grab

Someone stole a wallet from a car parked on E. 51st Street on July 15.

The victim told cops that he parked his car near Avenue J around 4 am, and when he returned four hours later, the driver’s-side window was broken into and his money-pocket was gone, according to police.

The nogoodnik got away with the billfold containing four debit and credit cards, which were used to make a transaction, according to cops.

Car break-ins

Looters broke in to two cars parked near Marine Park in separate incidents on July 16. Here’s the rundown:

• A prowler swiped a pocketbook from a car parked near the green space at Avenue S and E. 32nd Street at 2:30 pm.

The victim told officers hid her bag under the passenger seat before exiting and locking her car. When she returned at 5 pm, her purse was gone, according to cops.

Police said the bandit used two of her credit cards at a department and made transactions totalling $850.

• A brigand broke into a vehicle left near the intersection of Avenue U and E. 33rd Street at 2:30 pm.

The four-wheeler’s owner told police she returned at 6 pm to find her wallet missing. Police said that no signs of damage were found on the vehicle and all her debit cards were cancelled.

— Alexandra Simon

Updated 1:34 am, July 10, 2018
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bikerchick from sheepshead bay says:
Know what? I wish I could say that I feel sorry for the people whose cars were broken into, but I don't! If you are going to be stupid enough to leave valuables in your car and in plain sight no less, well then don't complain when your stuff is gone.
July 19, 2017, 8:04 am

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