Addicted To Money
A thief stole nearly $23,000 from a Bay Parkway ATM on Feb. 17.
Police said the bandit used a tool to open the top of the money machine between 66th and 67th streets and access the software around 10 pm and withdrawing the stacks of cash.
A highwayman pushed a women to the ground on 86th Street and stole her phone from her bra strap on Feb. 22.
Police said the victim’s son retrieved the phone that was taken from between W. 12th and W. 13th streets after the good-for-nothing called him around 7:14 pm and told him the location of the phone.
A brute attacked a man and stole his e-bike on 23rd Avenue on Feb. 27.
The victim told police the villian accused him of stealing his e-bike at the intersection of 86th Street before punching him around 4:20 am and leaving with the victim’s bike.
A good for nothing stole property and ransacked a 17th Avenue Airbnb they rented on Feb. 17.
The victim told police that he went to clean the apartment between 77th and 78th streets after the guests checked out at around 10 pm, but found pots and pans, as well as a mirror, missing.
Book it bag
A highwayman punched a pedestrian on 21st Avenue on Feb. 19.
The victim told police that the savage stole his bookbag, cellphone and clothes between 85th and 86th street at around around 1 am, before punching him and fleeing.
Housebreakers swiped $5,000, jewelry and a US Passport from a Dahill Road home on Jan. 5.
The victim told police that the home between Quentin Road and Kings Highway was left undamaged and therefore she didn’t realized the items were missing until Feb. 19.