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Ruffians beat up man for his cash

The Brooklyn Paper

90th Precinct

Southside–Bushwick

Club night

Two robbers punched a man in the face outside a Rodney Street club and stole his cash on April 14.

The man told police he was near Broadway at 11:25 pm when the jerks approached and started punching him in the face.

The thieves then stole $180 from his pocket and ran away.

Bat crazy

A bat-wielding marauder robbed a man in his Filmore Place building on April 12, according to cops.

The victim told police he was leaving the basement of the building near Driggs Avenue at 5 pm when the ruffian approached him with a bat and growled, “You’re not going nowhere, give me your money!”

So, he tossed over his wallet with $20 in it, and the robber chased him out of the building. Police arrested a suspect shortly after.

Time to rob

A thief threatened and robbed a man on Filmore Place on April 10.

The victim told officials he was near Driggs Avenue at 7:58 pm when the thief approached him and asked, “What time is it?” He then pushed the victim against a wall and sneered, “Give me everything you have or I will kill you,” the victim told police.

The man handed over $35 and the bully fled.

Purse purloined

A crook grabbed a woman’s purse and iPhone on S. Fifth Street on April 15.

The woman told police she was near Berry Street at 5 am when the thief snatched her bag containing her phone and cash, and ran away.

iRobbed

Two thieves stole a man’s iPhone on Ingraham Street on April 13.

The victim told police he was near Bogart Street at 1 pm when the thugs approached and said, “Give me that s---!”

They took his phone from his pocket and ran away.

Scratch out

A thief scratched a man’s face and stole his phone on S. Eighth Street on April 9.

The victim told police the perp approached him near Driggs Avenue at 10:30 am and asked him for a cigarette. When the victim said he was out, the perp scratched him, stole his phone and his chain, and ran away.

Safe keeping

A thief stole a locked safe containing $24,000 worth of jewelry from a S. Ninth Street apartment on April 10.

The tenant told police he left his building near Berry Street at 12:30 pm, but when he returned two hours later, the safe was gone.

iSwiped

A robber stole a computer, camera, and iPad from a S. Eighth Street apartment on April 8.

The tenant told cops he left his apartment near Driggs Avenue at 12:30 pm, but when he returned at 9:15 pm, his stuff was gone.

Computer stolen

Someone stole a computer from a S. Eighth Street apartment on April 9.

The tenant told officials he left his apartment near Driggs Avenue at 1 pm, but when he returned eight hours later, it was gone.

S. Eighth Street between Driggs Avenue and Roebling Street

Laptop lifted

A crook stole a computer, camera, and cash from a Berry Street apartment on April 9.

The tenant told police he left his apartment near S. Fourth Street at 8:30 am, but when he returned at 3:35 pm, his stuff was gone.

Jewelry swiped

A thief stole $63,000 worth of jewelry and a computer from a Hope Street apartment on April 9.

The tenant told cops she left her apartment near Roebling Street at 2:40 pm, but when she returned five hours later, her front window was open and her valuables were gone.

Jewelry heist

A thief stole $3,500 in jewelry and $600 from a S. Third Street apartment on April 13.

The tenant told police he left his apartment between Driggs Avenue and Roebling Street at 8:45 am, but when he returned at 11:30 am, his apartment was in disarray and his stuff was missing.

Laptops lost

Someone stole two computers from two separate apartments in a S. First Street building between April 8 and 10.

One tenant told police that she left her apartment between Bedford and Driggs avenues on April 8 at 4:35 pm, but when she returned at 6:30 am on April 10, her laptop was gone.

Another tenant left his apartment on April 9 at 9:45 am, but when he returned at 8 that night, his computer was stolen.

Three bikes

A thief stole three bikes attached to a car parked on Grand Street on April 15.

The driver told cops he parked his car near Union Avenue at 10:15 am, but when he returned at 11:50 am, the bikes were gone.

Joy ride

Two thieves stole a man’s motorcycle on Bedford Avenue for a joyride on April 14.

The driver told cops he parked his car near Metropolitan Avenue at 7:59 am when a witness saw one perp break the lock and the two ride down Metropolitan Avenue.

But the owner chased after them and recovered the bike at Metropolitan and Wythe avenues.

Powers rims

A robber stole tires from a car parked on Powers Street overnight on April 12.

The driver told police she parked her car near Olive Street at 11:30 pm, but when she returned at 7:30 am the next day, her wheels were missing.

— Aaron Short

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