Gun-carrying shoplifter threatens storeowner


Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown


A wretch ransacked a Clinton Street pharmacy on April 5.

The shopkeeper told police that that bandit grabbed some contraband from the store near Joralemon Street at around 4:20 am without paying, but when the employee confronted the baddie, the filcher claimed to have a gun and ran off.

Deli defender

A blade-wielding ne’er-do-well tried to rob a Nevins Street deli on April 9.

The store owner told police that the boxcutter-wielding crook waltzed behind the counter of the store near Bergen Street at 10:20 am, before running off after a brief scuffle empty handed.

Petal prowler 

Some freebooter looted cash from an Atlantic Avenue florist on the night of April 6.

The business owner told police that the rustler busted a window of the shop between Third and Fourth avenues and took a register with $230.

Double dipping

Three thieves raided a Montague Street pharmacy in the early hours of April 10.

The victim told police that the terrible trio entered the store at Henry Street at 2:40 am and swiped two registers, with $200.

Invaders broke into an eatery on that same block just 10 minutes later, breaking the window and grabbing a register with $1,500, according to police reports.

Subway swipe!

A pickpocket nabbed a woman’s wallet at the Jay Street-MetroTech station on April 8.

The victim told cops that the bandit grabbed her purse from behind on the C train platform at 7:45 pm, before fleeing onto a Queens-bound A train.