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Some punk stole a man’s jacket after illegally entering his basement on E. 21st Street on Oct. 31, police said.
The guy told police the creep was in his basement storage area between Avenues T and U about 3:30 pm and when he confronted him and asked why he was there, the crook said, “Bobby sent me,” officials said. But then the cur fled on Avenue U with a jacket, according to authorities.
A pair of nogoodniks stole a wad of cash from a restaurant on Avenue U on Nov. 1, police said.
The duo broke into the eatery between E. 19th Street and Ocean Avenue about 2 am and then ripped open the cash register to swipe $500, according to authorities.
A thief broke into a man’s house on E. 27th Street and stole his jewelry on Nov. 2, police said.
The invader broke in through a sliding door in the back of the house between Avenues X and Y at about 11 and ran out with a watch, bracelet, and chain, officials said.
A filcher stole a guy’s backpack from a gym locker on Kings Highway on Nov. 6, police said.
The victim told police he put his bag inside the locker, but didn’t lock it up, in the gym near Coney Island Avenue at about 7:30 pm, and some thief ran off with it, according to authorities. The backpack contained the victim’s credit cards, school identification card, and keys, investigators reported.
Some snake stole a guy’s car, which was parked on Bragg Street on Nov. 4, police said.
The victim told police he had parked his 2015 Infiniti near Shore Parkway at 7 am and when he went to go get it two hours later, it was gone and there was broken glass shattered on the ground, according to authorities.
— Julianne Cuba
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