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Pirates hijacked victim’s e-bike

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Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Grand Theft E-bike

Two pirates hijacked an e-bike on Pacific Street Dec. 29.

The victim told police that the marauders approached him — also on e-bikes — and kicked him off of his cycle near Boerum Place at 3:45 am, before taking it and zooming off.

Ambush!

A duo of delinquents ambushed a woman on High Street on Dec. 29.

The victim told police that the louts yanked her hood, and threw her to the ground near Jay Street at 10:20 pm, before stealing her unlocked phone, kindle, cash, ID, and bank card.

Copped

Police arrested a man for allegedly punching a cop on Court Street on Dec. 26.

The victim-in-blue told his fellow officers that he confronted the suspect for allegedly drinking outside between Livingston and Schermerhorn streets around 2:30 pm, when the man allegedly took a fighting stance and punched the officer. 

Authorities arrested the 40-year-old man and charged him with felony assault, according to police reports.

Bridge bandit

A sneak thief snatched a woman’s property on the Brooklyn Bridge on Dec. 26.

The victim told police that she felt someone bump her on the bridge at around 1:30 pm, and when she got off the bridge noticed her wallet and AirPods were missing.

Jacket looter

Police arrested a man they suspect of looting four jackets from an Albee Square W. department store on Dec. 29.

Witnesses told police that they saw the suspect allegedly take the coats — worth more than $1,500 — and walk out of the store between Fulton and Willoughby streets at 4:24 pm without paying.

Police caught up with the guy and charged him with felony grand larceny charges, according to the police report.

Sneak-er thief!

A bandit stop, two pairs of sneakers from an Albee Square W. department store on Dec. 29.

Witnesses told cops that the filcher took two pairs of shoes — worth $1,300 — from the store between Fulton and Willoughby streets at 6:45 pm and fled without paying.

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