Apartment intruder boxes up man’s stuff, takes his toilet seat

94th Precinct


All boxed up

Someone tried to give a man a hint to get out of his Kingsland Avenue apartment on May 1 by packing up some of his stuff for him.

The victim told police he returned to his pad near Engert Avenue at 6 pm to find his utilities shut off, his toilet seat missing, and some belongings boxed up.

There were no signs of forced entry, according to the report. Police said the victim had issues with his landlady, who had access to the apartment.

Sacre bleu!

Three toughs attacked a man from France on Kent Avenue on May 8, according to a police report.

The victim was walking toward N. 10th Street at 3 am when the bruisers pushed him onto the sidewalk, then kicked and punched him in the face and body, police said.

The trio then took the Frenchman’s phone from his hands and fled, but the victim couldn’t give police his phone number, because he got the new cell two weeks prior and didn’t remember, according to the report.

Generating theft

A sneak broke into a man’s work vehicle and stole a generator, after he parked on Kingsland Avenue on April 30, a police report said.

The victim said the weasel followed his company truck into a parking lot near Greenpoint Avenue, and waited for the employee to leave before breaking into the truck and stealing the machine.

Police say the perp was driving a white Dodge van with an unknown Pennsylvania license plate.

The victim said he noticed a man watching him put gas into the generator on his commute earlier.

Drilled into

A goon broke into a man’s truck parked on Huron Street on May 3 and stolen his construction tools, according to a police report.

The victim told police he parked the truck near West Street at 11 am, and when he returned, he found that someone had drilled out a rear lock of the truck, and swiped the gear.

Citi Bike heist

Police arrested a man who they say stole a Citi Bike from a Wythe Avenue docking station on May 4, according to a police report.

The suspect did not have a key or receipt for the bike he allegedly removed from the dock near N. 11th Street at 10:50 pm, police said.

Bad lock

Police cuffed a guy who they say struck another man in the face with a combination lock on Clay Street on May 6.

Witnesses told cops the suspect whacked the victim with the lock near McGuinness Boulevard at 4:30 am. — leaving him with cuts on his face, according to a police report.

— Tatiana Hernandez