Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook
A thief stole two bikes from an apartment building on Union Street on Jan. 13.
The victim told police he left his home between Columbia and Van Brunt streets at 6 pm. When he returned at 6 the next morning, his two Trek bikes, worth $2,300 and $1,500, were missing from the building’s lobby. His $29 helmet and two speedometers — each worth $15 — were also missing.
A thief burglarized a man’s apartment on Court Street on Jan. 10.
The victim said he left his apartment between Kane and Degraw streets at 8 am.
When he returned at around 3 pm, he discovered that his Sony laptop, worth $1,600, was missing.
A burglar broke into a restaurant on Degraw Street on Jan. 12 — nabbing cash and the register.
Employees told cops that they locked up the restaurant near Tompkins Place at 11:30 pm.
When they returned shortly after noon the next day, the front window had been busted and the cash register, which the owner told police had $300 in it, was missing.
A crook pilfered a woman’s apartment on Second Place on Jan. 12.
The victim said she left her home between Clinton and Henry places at 8 am.
When she returned later that day at 6:45 pm, her front door was ajar and her $1,500 Apple MacBook missing.
A punk snagged a man’s jacket at a bar on Smith Street on Jan. 12.
The victim said he left his $350 jacket on a bar stool at the nightclub between Warren and Baltic streets 3:45 pm.
When he returned a few minutes later, his jacket was gone, along with a $500 camera he’d left in the pocket.
— Colin MixsonReach reporter Thomas Tracy at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (718) 260-2525.
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