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Knife-wielding knave nabs straphanger’s phone

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Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Subway swipe!

A knife-wielding knave nabbed a woman’s phone on the R train at Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center on July 27.

The victim told cops that the good-for-nothing threatened her with the blade on the subway’s Bay Ridge-bound platform at 10 pm, before grabbing her phone and running out of the station. 

Lashing out

Two armed shoplifters attacked a beauty store employee while stealing fake lashes on Livingston Street on July 29.

The victim told police that the thieves tried to bag mink eyelashes from the shop between Bond Street and Hanover Place at 12:57 pm, and when the employee tried to stop them, one of the gunmen hit her in the face with the firearm, while the other punched her in the face.

Barred!

Some goon beat up a man inside a Duffield Street housing complex on July 29.

The victim told police that the reprobate began yelling at him inside the hallway of the complex between Fulton and Willoughby streets at 10:20 am, before whacking him repeatedly with a metal object.

Paramedics brought the victim to Brooklyn Hospital for treatment, according to the authorities.

Sit on that!

Cops arrested a man for allegedly attacking a guy with a chair on Prince Street on July 31.

The victim told police that the suspect allegedly hit the man in the face with the seat at the storage site near Concord Street at 8:45 am.

Police soon arrived at the scene and arrested the man on felony assault charges, according to police reports.

Legging it

A thief stole a bunch of jeans from a Fulton Street department store on July 28.

The victim told police that the pirate walked out of the store at Gallatin Place at 3:25 pm with more than $1,000-worth of ill-gotten trousers.

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