Two jerks ganged up on a woman and stole her iPhone on Bedford Avenue on Jan. 12.
The victim told cops that the thugs approached her at about 6:45 pm on the north side of McCarren Park and asked for the time. She pulled out her iPhone, and they lunged at her, wrestling the expensive gadget away as she yelled.
But her cries fell on deaf ears — the two fled and police couldn’t find them.
A brute completely obliterated a woman’s front door and stole a laptop from her Freeman Street apartment on Jan. 12.
The resident told cops that she returned to the home, which is between Franklin Street and Manhattan Avenue, at 2 pm to find the door damaged beyond recognition. The jerk had made off with her computer.
A screaming thug wrestled a bag from a woman on Withers Street on Jan 12.
The victim told police that she was heading to her apartment between Union Avenue and Lorimer Street at about 6:30 pm when the perp came at her, screamed and grabbed her bag containing various cards and cash.
The plucky gal resisted, but was unable to hold on, and the man fled with her belongings.
Three bullies repeatedly punched a man and stole his Blackberry on Driggs Avenue on Jan. 15.
The 26-year-old victim was walking and texting — a dangerous combination — at about 2:15 pm between N. Sixth and N. Seventh streets when the three noticed him.
One punched him repeatedly in the face before stating, “Give me your phone.” The injured man tossed the Blackberry to one of the ruffians and they left.
— Andy Campbell
©2010 Community News Group
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