Bashed with a bike lock

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94th Precinct


Lock jaw

A thug clobbered a man in his head with a bike lock on Nassau Avenue on Nov. 17.

The victim and his tormentor got into an argument near Newel Street at 3 am, but the battle turned violent when the perp smashed the man in the head with a bike lock.

Lights out

Two thieves stole several lamps from a N. Eighth Street business on Nov. 9.

The perps entered the building near Bedford Avenue at 11:30 pm to steal the accessories.


A thief stole a Macbook computer and some jewelry from a Manhattan Avenue home on Nov. 15.

The tenant and her three kids left the house near Dupont Street at 8 am, but when one of her kids came home at 4:30 pm, he noticed that the computer and some jewelry were missing.

Cash out

A thief stole some cash from a Wythe Avenue bakery overnight on Nov. 14.

The store owner locked up his building near N. Eighth Street at 8 pm, but when he returned at 4:15 am, he saw the door was damaged and his cash drawer was emptied.

Tools timed

A thief stole a set of tools from a car on Kent Avenue on Nov. 8.

The driver parked near N. Fourth Street at 10 am and returned five hours later to find his tools missing.

Camrys copped

At least two Toyota sedans were swiped last week:

• A thief stole one from Franklin Street near Java Street between 9 pm on Nov. 15 and 8 am the next day.

• Another Camry was swiped from Wythe Avenue near N. Fourth Street between 10:30 pm on Nov. 17 and 8:30 pm the next day.

— Aaron Short

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