Lowlife threatens to stab woman during robbery


Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Knife knave

A robber threatened to stab a woman after stealing her belongings on 76th Street on April 11.

The 44-year-old victim told police that the young attacker nabbed $500, some electronics, and her sunglasses from her unlocked car between 17th and 18th avenues at 4 am, but when she confronted the brute, he displayed a knife and threatened to stab her.

Home invasion

A crook stole $8,000 from a Bay 34st Street home on April 6.

The victim told police that she received a notification that the alarm at her house near Benson Avenue had been shut off at around 7 pm, and when she returned the next day, she saw that the sneak thief had broken into her house from a side window and stolen $8,000 from her bedroom.

Car crook

Some lowlife stole a designer backpack from a car parked on Bay 31st Street on April 4.

The victim told police that the burglar snagged his Versace backpack and electronics, which were worth more than $1,000 combined, from his unlocked car that was parked in his driveway between Benson and Bath avenues at around 6 pm.

Cash ‘n’ dash

Cops cuffed a man for allegedly stealing $22,000 from a man on 15th Avenue.

The victim told police that the suspect reached into his pocket near the corner of Shore Parkway and snatched an envelope containing the cash.

The victim allegedly confronted the suspect, who gave the envelope back, although it was apparently still missing $10,000 according to the victim, who called the police.