Three gunmen threatened a man and stole $100 and his e-bike on 76th Street on July 8.
The victim told cops that he was delivering food between 14th and 15th avenues at 10:40 pm when the trio of pillagers approached him on a motorcycle. One villain pointed a black gun and said, “Money, money,” prompting the victim to hand over the cash. The robber then stole his bike and rode off with his friends, cops said.
Two thieves stole a necklace off an 84-year-old woman on 63rd Street on July 12.
A man told police that the looters drove up to his grandmother between Bay Parkway and 23rd Avenue at 2:30 pm and grabbed the jewelry, before driving off.
The same three ruffians stole $1,200 and an e-bike from a man on Bay Ridge Avenue on July 8.
The victim told police that the three brutes approached him after he parked his bike between 14th and 15th avenues at 11:38 pm. One attacker, who held what appeared to be a black gun, took the victim’s cash and his cellphone while his accomplice, who carried a knife, also demanded cash. The three then rode off — one riding the victim’s e-bike — west-bound on Bay Ridge Avenue, according to authorities.
A man on a dating app threatened to publish nude photos of her if she didn’t send him cash on June 24.
The victim told police that the creep, who she met over the dating-app Hinge, threatened to post nude photos she had texted him online if she didn’t send him $100.
A dirtbag stole $16,000 from a 65th Street deli’s safe on July 4.
The store’s owner told police that she placed the cash into a safe inside the store between 23rd Avenue and Bay Parkway, and saw after returning to the site that someone nabbed the cash. The business is part-owned by other people, who also have access to the safe, she said.