No more TV at the 19th hole

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Green getaway

A thief stole three TVs from the clubhouse of the Dyker Beach Golf Course overnight on April 19.

Cops say that the perp entered the ritzy clubhouse on 86th Street near 10th Avenue through an unlocked side window sometime before 2:30 am to swipe the flat-screen machines.

Rock bandit

Someone broke into an 87th Street apartment between April 17 and April 20 to steal four guitars, a tool box and a duffel bag.

The victim told cops that he was gone from his pad, which is between Third and Fourth avenues, for four days. His instruments were gone by the time he returned.


Some jerk jacked the wallet from an employee at the Veterans Center on Poly Place on April 5.

The victim told cops that she placed her purse in a locker room storage area of the hospital, which is near Grimes Drive, at around 7:30 am. When she retrieved her purse at 6 pm, she saw that her wallet was missing.

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