A robber stabbed a mini market employee and stole the cash register on 20th Avenue on Nov. 15.
The employee told police that the dirtbag attempted to loot cash register inside the shop near 81st Street at 9:10 pm, when the employee locked the front gate to the store — enraging the attacker, who stabbed him in the arm with a knife before breaking a window and jumping out with the drawer and $230 in tow.
A brute threatened a man with a knife on 86th Street on Nov. 7.
The victim told police that the random ruffian, who was holding a knife, began yelling on the corner of 24th Avenue and 86th Street at 6 pm before throwing an object at him and running away.
Cops cuffed a teenager for allegedly punching a man on Bay 28th Street.
The 56-year-old victim told police that the 17-year-old followed him to his house between Bath and Benson Avenues at 3:20 am before allegedly punching him in the face from behind and saying, “I need your money, I wasn’t going to hurt you.”
Police arrived on the scene and cuffed the man during a scuffle, according to police reports.
A thief nabbed a bag carrying $1,000 from a Bath Avenue grocery store on Nov. 15.
The victim told police that she left her bag unattended behind the counter of the store between Bay 16th and Bay 17th streets at around 2 pm, but while she was looking away, a nogoodnik snagged the bag containing the cash and several credit cards.
A pilferer nabbed $2,000 from a parked car on Bay Parkway on Nov. 11.
The victim told police that he saw the good-for-nothing peeking into his car parked between Bath and Benson avenues before entering through the driver’s side and taking the cash, along with his credit card and sunglasses.