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Crook takes jewelry, computer from Lafayette Ave. apartment • Brooklyn Paper

Crook takes jewelry, computer from Lafayette Ave. apartment

88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Jewel thief

Some crook swiped a woman’s jewelry and computer from her Lafayette Avenue apartment on Jan. 29, police said.

The woman told police she left her home near Carlton Avenue at about 11:30 am, and when she got back at 7 pm noticed her front door lock was open, along with her cabinets and jewelry, which had an estimated $23,100 worth of stuff missing, according to authorities.

The jerk also stole her Mac laptop, officials said.

Tower terror

A punk stole a computer tower from the computer room at a Saint James Place university sometime between Jan. 29 and Feb. 2, police said.

A faculty member told authorities some lout ran off with the Apple Mac Pro tower from the computer room between Clifton Place and Lafayette Avenue, according to authorities.

Bad parking spot

A nogoodnik swiped a woman’s wallet from inside her car parked on Saint Felix Street on Jan. 29, police said.

The woman told police she had parked her four-wheeler between DeKalb Avenue and Fulton Street at 1 am, and when she returned at 11 am, saw her driver’s-side door was open, along with the glove compartment, and her pricey Louis Vuitton wallet with four credit cards and $250 inside it was gone, officials said.

Blink of an eye

Some malefactor stole a woman’s credit cards and charged more than $1,000 on it at University Plaza on Jan. 31, police said.

The woman told police she got an alert from the credit card company that some baddie made a purchase on her American Express card sometime between 1 and 5 pm near DeKalb Avenue.

The woman then checked her wallet and saw four credit and debit cards were gone, and the good-for-nothing racked up $1,243 in charges on them, police said.

— Julianne Cuba

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