A violent lady thug beat up another woman on Prospect Place on Aug. 8.
The victim told cops that she was near Vanderbilt Avenue at 11 pm when a woman ran up from behind and shouted, “Bitch, give me your f—ing bag!” then hit her in the face with a blunt object. The lady thug then tried to grab the poor gal’s purse, but fumbled — and instead ran away.
A crook snatched an iPod from a bar on Flatbush Avenue on Aug. 3.
The 45-year-old victim told cops that he left his iPod touch with a friend at Sharlene’s near Sterling Place at 2 am, then walked outside for a cigarette. His pal struck up a conversation, got distracted — and then discovered the gadget had disappeared.
A quick-moving thief snatched some home furnishing goodies on St. Johns Place on Aug. 1.
The 27-year-old victim told cops that he went on an Ikea shopping spree, returned to his apartment near Washington Avenue at around 10:30 pm and left his shopping bags in the hallway for about an hour. That was enough time for the crook to swipe the bags — which were full of pillowcases, towels and kitchen nicknacks.
A jerk snatched some jewelry from a woman on Eastern Parkway on Aug. 3.
The 32-year-old victim told cops that she locked her apartment near Lincoln Place at around 7:45 am, then left for the day. She came back at 10:15 pm, she found the door unlocked — and her $2,000 white stone earrings, $500 pendant necklace and $300 blue ring gone.
A scoundrel snatched a hybrid bike from a man on Sterling Place on Aug. 1.
The 45-year-old victim told cops that he locked his Crossover in front of his apartment near Washington Avenue at around 2 pm, and then went inside. He walked outside the next morning at 8 and discovered the lock had been clipped and the bike was gone.
A crook snatched a laptop from a truck on Eastern Parkway on Aug. 4.
A driver told cops he locked a Dell laptop inside his 2009 gray Dodge Journey near Washington Avenue at 9 pm, then went on vacation. He returned three days later and found the computer and a bunch of construction tools gone.
— Natalie O’Neill