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Tough guy jumps delivery man and steals bike in Fort Greene • Brooklyn Paper

Tough guy jumps delivery man and steals bike in Fort Greene

88TH PRECINCT

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Brutal bike swipe

A villain ambushed a delivery man and stole his e-bike at N. Oxford Walk on Sept. 6.

The victim told police that he was dropping off food near Park Avenue at 10:40 pm when the rogue waltzed up, punched him in the face, yanked away his e-bike, and pedaled off.

Piped up!

A pipe-swinging cretin stole a woman’s purse at the Lafayette Avenue C train stop on Sept. 12.

The victim told police that while she was waiting for the Manhattan-bound train at 8 am, the brute got up from a bench and swung a metal bar at her demanding she produce her purse or he’ll kill her.

The victim screamed and threw her bag at the lout, who ran out of the station, according to cops.

Bottle to the head!

A man was hospitalized after a brute smashed him in the head with a bottle at Washington Park on Sept. 9.

The victim told police that the bruiser hit him in the back of the head near Myrtle Avenue at 5:50 pm.

Paramedics brought him to Brooklyn Hospital for treatment, according to police.

Belted!

Some jerk whacked a man with a belt on Park Avenue on Sept. 11.

The victim told police that the leather-wielding lout smacked him in the arm near Carlton Avenue at 6:10 pm.

Busted!

Cops caught two would-be looters red-handed on Fleet Place no Sept. 8.

A security guard saw the suspects on surveillance camera feeds allegedly break into the construction site between Willoughby Street and Flatbush Avenue Ext. at 2:30 am, trying to steal metal wires and bars, and alarmed police.

Cops showed up around 2:50 am and charged both suspects with felony burglary, according to police reports.

Highway hucksters

A group of shysters scammed a woman out of more than $6,000 on Myrtle Avenue on Sept. 8.

The victim told police that she met a woman at the corner of Vanderbilt Avenue at 9:30 am who promised her she could make money off of investments, but when the victim handed over $6,099 in cash, the con artist stole the funds and vanished.

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