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77th Precinct

Prospect Heights

Can you hear me now?

A gun-wielding thug robbed an electronics store on Washington Avenue on Dec. 22.

An employee of the Metro PCS store between Lincoln and St. Johns places told cops that a woman held her up against the wall at gunpoint while taking more than $1,000 from the register at 6:34 pm. The perp then fled.

Locate me

A jerk broke into a car parked on Plaza Street East and stole a navigation system on Dec. 20.

The 33-year-old victim told cops that he parked his car between Vanderbilt Avenue and Butler Place at 8 pm on Dec. 20 and returned the next morning at 7 to find one of the car’s windows broken and the global positioning system removed.

My car!

A crook hopped into an idling car on St. Johns Place on Dec. 23 — and stole it!

The victim told cops that she had left her car idling between Washington and Underhill avenues with the keys in the ignition at 10:21 pm and when she came back moments later, the car was gone.

Welcome home

A burglar stole a bounty of electronics from an apartment on St. Johns Place during Christmas weekend.

The 30-year-old victim told cops that she left her apartment between Washington and Underhill avenues on Dec. 21, and when she returned on Dec. 26 at 10:30 pm, she found that her MacBook, Playstation and XBox were gone.

Great escape

A criminal broke into a woman’s home on Prospect Place while she was out of town for the Christmas weekend.

The 30-year-old victim told cops that she left her place between Grand and Classon avenues on Dec. 22 at 1:15 pm. When she returned on Dec. 26 at noon, she found that her computer and Wii entertainment system were gone. The jerk had entered through her fire escape by removing an air-conditioning unit, she said.

Robbed

Two lunatics robbed a woman at gunpoint on Classon Avenue on Dec. 20.

The 32-year-old victim told cops she was between Dean and Bergen streets at 7:20 pm when two thugs approached her from behind. One of them flashed a gun, and she gave them her cellphone and some money.

— Eli Rosenberg

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Fuzzbee from Prespect height says:
jerks? that is Fuzzbee questioning the answer id yes these thuggs are all jerk who take things all the time around here! ima SICK and TIred od all these crimes! why don't the police get ALL these people BIG TICKITS!!!! why dont these jerk go an see a family and eat LOTS OF HAM!!!! then there would be no. trouble!
Jan. 3, 2012, 5:23 pm

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