A trio of punks stole a man’s book bags and books and then assaulted him after he refused to give up the items while he was playing basketball on Avenue P on Nov. 17, police said.
The man was playing near West 13th Street just after 6:30 pm when the no-goodniks demanded he hand over his property. But when the hoopster refused, the perps punched him in the head multiple times, causing injuries, according to the report. After grabbing the goods, they all fled on Bay Parkway in an unknown direction. Police are reviewing cameras in the area.
Book as weapon
A lout threw a hard cover textbook at his friend, causing pain and minor swelling to his head, on 21st Avenue on Nov. 14.
The incident occurred between 83rd and 84th streets around 9:45 am, according to police.
A perp stole $8,500 worth of goods from a commercial truck parked on 68th Street on Nov. 17.
The car was parked at 18th Avenue, where the criminal entered through the driver’s side door without causing damage to the lock at around 2 pm. Police are reviewing cameras in the area, according to the report.
A thief stole $2,000 worth of goods from a 72nd Street apartment on Nov. 18.
The perp entered the apartment between 19th and 20th avenues through an unlocked rear window at around 3:30 pm, when he grabbed the goods. He then fled in an unknown direction. Police are reviewing cameras in the area.
A no-goodnik stole a man’s 2015 Ford from its 85th Street parking spot at some point between Nov. 15 and 18.
The man parked his car between 19 and 20th avenues at 7 pm on Nov. 15, and when he returned three days later, it was gone, according to police.
A lowlife stole nearly $1,150 worth of Essie nail polish from an 18th Avenue store on Nov. 17.
The perp removed the polish between 17th and 18th avenues just after 10 pm. Police are reviewing cameras in the area.
A miscreant stole a woman’s 2017 Volkswagen from its Bay Parkway parking spot on Nov. 16, she told police.
The woman parked the car at 10 am between West 10th and 11th streets. There was no broken glass on the scene, according to the report.
A good-for-nothing punched a man after he stole his backpack on Bay 32nd Street on Nov. 14, police said.
The perp approached the man from behind near Bath Avenue at around 10:45 pm, according to the report. He grabbed the man’s backpack, which also contained his gloves and umbrella, and punched the man with a closed fist on the right side of his face before fleeing on Bath Avenue towards 23rd Avenue.
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