Cops cuffed a guy for punching a victim in the face inside the subway station on Kings Highway on Nov. 7, police said. The 24-year-old victim told police he was on a Coney Island-bound Q train at about 8:30 pm when the suspect came up to him and said “I like your bike, give me your bike,” according to authorities. The guy hopped off the subway near E. 16th Street and the suspect followed him and then punched him in the face, officials said. Police later caught up with the assailant and arrested him.
Some baddie broke into a guy’s Homecrest Avenue home and stole his cash and other property on Nov. 6, police said. The victim told police the nogoodnik entered his house near Gravesend Neck Road through the first floor kitchen window at about 8 pm and swiped cash, an iPhone charger, and Mont Blanc cologne worth a total of $80, according to authorities.
A malefactor broke into an E. Second Street home and stole a guy’s wallet on Nov. 7, police said. The homeowner told police the lout broke into the home near Avenue Y sometime between noon and 4 pm, ransacked the two bedrooms, and swiped cash, an iPad, and a wallet worth a total of $355, officials said.
A cretin swiped a wad of cash from a guy’s work van parked on Avenue U on Nov. 8, police said. The guy told police he had parked his van near E. 17th Street at about 2:15 pm and when he returned about thirty minutes later, realized the lummox had stolen the $2,000 in cash he had inside but left a Samsung phone, according to authorities.
A cur broke into a guy’s Bedford Avenue home and stole thousands in cash and jewelry on Nov. 9, police said. The victim told police he left his home near Avenue Y at about 8 am and when he returned a little over an hour later, realized the sneak had broken in through a first floor window and stole a Swarovski ring and earrings, a gold ring, emerald ring, and cash worth a total of $9,300, according to authorities.
A rascal stole a wad of cash from a guy’s car on Avenue U on Nov. 10, police said. The victim told police he had left his vehicle near E. 15th Street at about 4:20 p.m. to make a pickup and when he got back to his car about 10 minutes later, realized that someone had stolen a blue bag with about $3,000 cash inside from under the driver’s seat, according to authorities.
— Julianne Cuba
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