Attacker smashes woman’s hand with bottle

68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights


A spazz smashed a woman’s hand with a Snapple bottle at a 13th Avenue store on Feb. 2.

The victim told cops that she got in an argument with another customer at the shop between 68th Street and Bay Ridge Avenue at 3:27 pm. Her attacker grabbed a glass Snapple bottle and hit her right hand, cutting her, the victim said.

Pocket picked

A crafty pickpocket swiped $50 from a woman shopping at an Eighth Avenue store on Feb. 3.

The victim told cops that she was perusing the aisles at the store between 63rd and 64th streets at 10 am when she noticed her wallet was missing from her purse.

Dinner to go

Thieves robbed at least two Eighth Avenue restaurants overnight on Feb. 2 — but only made off with around $300.

• Burglars busted into an eatery between 63rd and 64th streets on Feb. 2.

Employees told cops that cameras caught the perps removing the lock at 5:15 in the morning. The thieves made off with $120.

• Goons swiped $150 from an Eighth Avenue dumpling joint overnight on Feb. 2.

Employees told cops that they left the restaurant between 63rd and 64th streets at 9 pm. When they returned the next morning at 6:30, they found the front door lock had been removed, and the pitiful bounty missing.

Headphone jacked!

Violent punks robbed a teen for his headphones inside a Gelston Avenue apartment building on Feb 3.

The victim told cops that a dangerous duo approached him at 3:45 pm inside the building between 93rd and 94th streets and demanded his headphones.

One goon punched him in the face while trying to pull the ’phones off his head.

— Dan MacLeod

Reach reporter Dan MacLeod at [email protected] or by calling (718) 260-4507.

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