Bonnie and Clyde in Ridge

Bonnie and Clyde in Ridge

Cops are looking for a Bonnie and Clyde crew responsible for mugging a woman on Fourth Avenue near 75th Street.

The victim told police that she was nearing the corner at 9:10 a.m. February 10 when the couple — a black woman in her mid-thirties and a white male — ran up to her.

“I have a gun,” the male suspect said as he stuck a sharp object in the woman’s back. In the end his “lady” did all the work — robbing their victim of her bag, gold chain and bracelet.

The two then split up, running off in separate directions.

Cops are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to come forward.

Calls can be made to the 68th Precinct at (718) 439-4211. All calls will be kept confidential.

Followed and robbed

A 28-year-old woman was followed to her front door and robbed of her bag during a robbery hauntingly similar to an incident that took place in the area eleven days earlier.

The victim said that she had just reached her front door on 74th Street between Third Avenue and Ridge Boulevard just after midnight on February 20 when a man in a green jacket followed her into the building and grabbed her.

He then shoved the woman, knocking her to the ground, before running off with her pocketbook.

The woman suffered some pain to her back and shoulder as a result, but was otherwise uninjured, the woman told police.

This was the second time in two weeks that a Bay Ridge resident was followed home and robbed.

On February 9, two men trailed a 22-year-old as he stepped into the vestibule of his building on 85th Street near Fifth Avenue.

The thieves followed him inside, asked if he lived on the third floor and then jumped him, leaving him with bruises to his face and torso.

They ran off with his cash, cell phone, passport, wallet and jacket, cops said.

“Collectible cash” taken

Over $1000 in “old bills” that a 25-year-old woman had collected were among the items taken from her Bay Ridge Avenue home during a recent burglary.

The woman told police that she returned to her address near Eighth Avenue at 11:45 a.m. February 16 when she noticed that someone had forced her front door, breaking the latch.

The bills, as well as the woman’s China passport, $1000 in more current cash, some jewelry and a laptop computer were missing, cops were told.

Window woes

A thief wiggled his way into a Dyker Heights home last week, taking an assortment of jewelry and electronic equipment.

Officials said that the tenant of the 64th Street building near 13th Avenue returned home at 7:45 a.m. on February 18 and learned that someone had forced open his kitchen window.

The thief reportedly squirmed through the top of the window, which he pushed down.

He then ran off with a computer monitor, digital camera, some jewelry, a PS2 game console and a laundry cart to carry it all, cops were told.

Looted on laundry run

A thief cleaned out a 37-year-old woman’s 96th Street apartment while she went down to the basement to do a load of laundry.

The woman admitted to police that she had mistakenly left her front door open at 9:30 p.m. on February 15 when she went on her fluffing and folding mission inside her building between Shore Road and Marine Avenue.

When she went back up to her apartment, she learned that someone had entered and swiped her Coach purse, along with the $200 she had inside it.

Circumvented and cashed

Cops are trying to find the thief who intercepted and cashed a $1218 check meant to go to a 73rd Street woman.

The 53-year-old told police that she was expected to receive the check from her former employer back on January 12.

She called to ask what happened to the check, but was told that it was sent to her and cashed.

Cops were told that the woman never received the checks, meaning that someone got a hold of it during its journey to Bay Ridge.

Dyker attack

Cops are still looking for the two men who jumped a 32-year-old as he slogged his way through a snow-covered Dyker Heights recently, officials said.

Cops were told that the victim was on 71st Street nearing 11th Avenue at 9 p.m. on February 9 during the opening salvo of last week’s storm when he noticed two men sitting in a four door sedan by a fire hydrant.

The car was running, but the lights were off, the man remembered.

As he drew closer, the two men got out and lunged at the victim, putting him in a headlock.

They tried to wrestle the victim’s jacket and back pack away from him, but the victim fought back, prompting their hasty escape.

The thieves were last seen jumping into their car and charging down 71st Street towards 12th Avenue, officials said.

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