A white pickup truck removed a Bay 38th Street resident’s car that was parked blocking their own driveway on March 30.
The truck that towed their car away from in front of their driveway between Benson and Bath avenues did not appear to be a city tow truck, before fleeing with the car around 2:55 am.
Open door policy
Crooks swiped a man’s wallet from his car on 66th Street when he left the door open on March 27.
The victim told police his wallet that was stolen from the vehicle between 19th and 20th avenues around 1 am contained $120, his green card and his driver’s license.
Three con artists swapped out their fake chain with a real one that was on a woman’s neck when she was taking out the trash in front of her 68th Street home on April 1.
The victim told police the trio of scammers pulled up in their car in front of her home between 17th and 18th avenues and put one of their chains around her neck as they said “thank you, thank you,” and drove off around 1:55 pm when she noticed her necklace was gone.