Gun-toting louts rob man in his car • Brooklyn Paper

Gun-toting louts rob man in his car

62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Phone a friend

A pair of crooks threatened a man with two guns in broad daylight and stole $14,000 and three iPhones while he was counting his cash in his car parked on 84th Street on Nov. 27.

The theft occurred while the man was parked between Bay Parkway and 23rd Avenue around 4:15 pm, police said, adding that the scoundrels told the man, “don’t move, give me your money.” The no-goodniks then fled on foot towards 23rd Avenue, police said.

Didn’t get far

Police arrested a man who they say stole more than $1,100 worth of electronics and clothes from a Bay Parkway store on Nov. 26.

The suspect allegedly took the items from the store near Shore Parkway at 6 pm, police said.

Afternoon punch

A brute punched a man on 18th Avenue on Nov. 27.

The pair were engaged in a verbal dispute when the lout swung his arm and clocked the victim, fleeing on foot afterwards, authorities reported.

Pay day

A baddie broke into a man’s car parked on Avenue T and stole $500 and his credit and debit cards sometime overnight on Nov. 28, police said.

The driver parked his ride between Stillwell Avenue and W. 13th Street at 9 pm, and returned the next day to discover his items missing, according to police.

Afternoon assault

Police arrested a man who they say threw hot soup at a man, punched him, spit at him, and kicked the door of a New Utrecht Avenue business on Nov. 29.

The alleged incident occurred inside the business between 78th and 79th streets around 3:20 pm, according to the report, which added that the pair had a verbal dispute leading up to the incident.

Smack down

Officers arrested a man who allegedly broke into a Kings Highway apartment building on Nov. 29 and beat up a man.

The victim told cops he was in the apartment at W. Ninth Street at around 6:20 pm when the man kicked in the door, dropped a bottle of Smirnoff on the ground, pushed the victim to the floor, and punched him, causing bruising to his left arm, according to the report.

Police found the man soon after, allegedly hiding in the apartment, according to the report.

Biked into the night

A good-for-nothing stole a man’s 2016 black Honda motorcycle from its W. Sixth Street parking spot sometime overnight on Nov. 30, police said.

The victim parked the bike between 65th Street and Avenue O at 5 pm, and returned the following day at 5:30 am to an empty spot where his ride had been, police said.

Broke in, cashed out

A robber broke into a Bay Ridge Avenue apartment on Dec. 2 and stole $15,000 along with electronics and jewelry, police said.

The baddie entered the home between 17th and 18th avenues around 7 pm through a side basement window, police said.

— Julianne McShane

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