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Police are looking for this man in connection with three burglaries at chain restaurants in Dyker Heights between Nov. 3 and 24.

The man, whose face was caught by a security camera, is white or Latino and has short dark hair, cops said.

According to police, he’s a serial bandit:

• On Nov. 3, he broke into a pizzeria on 86th Street, between Bay 13th and 14th streets.

• On Nov. 12, he was back on 86th Street, but this time burglarized a coffeehouse between Bay 23rd Street and 20th Avenue.

• And on Nov. 24, he hit a doughnut shop on 18th Avenue, between 63rd and 64th streets.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at (800) 577-8477. All calls are confidential, police say.

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