Police arrested a thief who they say stole a man’s phone on Graham Avenue.
The victim told police he was near Conselyea Street at 10:30 pm when the 16-year-old slapped his hand and took his iPhone.
Police arrested a suspect a few blocks away.
A teenage thief tried to steal a woman’s phone on Eagle Street on Feb. 21.
The victim told police she was near Franklin Street at 8:20 pm when the teen approached her and said, “Run your phone.”
He pushed her and tried to grab her phone, but she screamed and he ran.
Two teenage thieves stole a woman’s handbag and computer on Roebling Street on Feb. 22.
The victim told police she was near N. Seventh Street at 8:30 am when the teens approached her, snatched her bags off her shoulder, kicked her in the leg, and fled.
A trio of thieves was arrested for snatching a woman’s phone inside the Graham Avenue L train station on Feb. 22, said cops.
The victim told police she was waiting for the train at 8:30 pm when the goons took her phone from her hands and ran toward Metropolitan Avenue.
Police arrested suspects shortly after.
A thief stole a wallet, navigation system, and blood pressure kit from a car parked on Berry Street on Feb. 26.
The driver parked her car near N. Third Street at 2 am, but when she returned at 4 am, she saw her car was unlocked and her stuff was gone.
A thief stole a Jeep parked on Newel Street on Feb. 25.
The driver said he parked his car near Norman Avenue at 9 pm, but when he returned 12 hours later, there was broken glass on the street and his car was no where in sight.
A thief stole a motorcycle parked on N. 14th Street on Feb. 15.
The driver told cops he parked his chopper near Wythe Avenue at 9 pm, but when he returned 10 days later, it was missing.
— Aaron Short