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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Teen robbery

Cops cuffed two teenagers for allegedly robbing another teen on Neptune Avenue on Sept. 21.

The 15-year-old victim was buying breakfast at a fast food restaurant near W. Sixth Street at 9:30 am when five teens allegedly threatened him with a knife and took the wallet, according to police.

The victim also told police he believes the suspects attend his school.

Stun and run

A group of kids attacked and robbed a boy on Ocean Parkway on Oct. 3.

The victim told police he was outside his school near Mitchell Wesson Place at 2:35 pm when five to six kids hit his chest with a possible stun gun, kicked him in the face, and stole his iPhone and ID card, police reported.

Elderly assault

Police arrested a man who they say assaulted an elderly man on Brightwater Court on Oct. 3.

The suspect allegedly punched the victim in the back of the neck, kicked him in the back, and pushed him onto a nightstand, causing scratches and pain, near Brighton First Road at 10 pm.

According to police, the victim has a restraining order against the suspect, and the suspect also has an active warrant.

Bodega bandit

A sneak swiped man’s wallet on Brighton Beach Avenue on Sept. 25.

He was shopping at a grocery store near Brighton 11th Street at 4 pm when he noticed someone had stolen his black wallet from his back pocket, according to authorities.

Boardwalk crook

A thief took a sleeping man’s belongings on the Riegelmann Boardwalk on Oct. 2.

His wallet and iPhone were stolen while he was sleeping on a bench near Coney Island Avenue at 7:30 pm, according to police.

Liquor store looter

Someone stole a man’s phone on Brighton Beach Avenue on Oct. 3.

The victim told police he was helping a customer in a liquor store near Brighton Second Street at 10:50 am when he noticed his iPhone X was gone, police reported.

Backpack brigand

A nogoodnik swiped two teenagers’ backpacks from the Riegelmann Boardwalk on Oct. 5.

The victims left their backpacks near W. 16th Street at 5:40 pm to go for a walk on the pier, and when they returned, they found their unattended book bags, which contained their iPhones and wallets, were gone, according to police.

Honda thief

A baddie drove off with a man’s car parked on Brighton Fourth Street on Oct. 1.

He told police his son parked his Honda Odyssey near Brighton Third Lane at 9:30 pm and when the son returned, the car was missing, according to the police report.

Ford filcher

A thief took off with a man’s car from its Oceanview Avenue spot on Sept. 30.

The victim told police he parked his black Ford near Brighton Sixth Street at 4 pm and went to a restaurant. When he returned, his vehicle was missing, cops said.

— Brianna Kudisch

Posted 12:00 am, October 10, 2018
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