More thievery for computers

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Apple hoarder

A thief burglarized a Warren Street home on March 8, getting electronic goodies.

The 55-year-old victim said he left his house, which is near Clinton Street, at around 6 pm and returned at 10:25 pm to find that his $2,000 desktop computer and Sony Playstation 3 were gone.

Not awesome

A cat burglar stole electronics from a Henry Street home on March 8.

The 39-year-old victim told cops that she left her home, located near Luquer Street, at around 2 pm, and returned about five hours later to find that her laptop, television, video game console and iPod with an “awesome” sticker on the back were gone.

Pocketbook grab

Three men ripped off woman on West Ninth Street on March 9.

The 51-year-old victim was near Hamilton Avenue at 3:52 pm when the trio snatched her $75 pocketbook and fled, making off with a non-driver’s identification card and a Motorola cellphone.

Et tu, Caesar?

A man with a Caesar haircut attacked a worker inside a Lorraine Street bodega on March 12.

The 34-year-old victim said he was in the store, located near Columbia Street, when the thug hit him in the head with a wine bottle at around 11:05 pm.

— Gary Buiso

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