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Someone stole $5,000 from a Fifth Avenue car dealership — and the three employees who had the only access to the cash say they didn’t do it.

According to the dealership, which is near 62nd Street, the money disappeared between 6:20 pm on May 19 and 1:30 pm the next day.

TomTom gone

A thief stole a navigation system after busting into a car on 88th Street sometime between May 20 and 22.

The 46-year-old car owner told cops that he had parked the car between Ridge Boulevard and Third Avenue at 5 pm on May 20. When he returned on May 22 at 7 am, he found the window busted open and the TomTom Go system gone.

He also lost a radar-detection system and a laptop computer, cops said.

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