Gunmen knock over 25th Avenue deli

62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Deli holdup

Two gun-toting goons barged into a 25th Avenue grocery store on Oct. 13, taking more than $2,300 in cash and cigarettes.

Workers at the store near 87th Street said the thieves came in at 7:40 am, drew the weapon, and pointed it at an employee.

The thugs were last seen leaving the area in a maroon-colored van.

Lethal switch

A 20-year-old punk armed with a stick attacked a 51-year-old man on 21st Avenue on Oct. 12, taking his victim’s cellphone and coat.

The victim was nearing 83rd Street at 11 pm when the suspect crept up from behind, and whacked him on the hand and ear.

Jumped on 86th Street

Three thugs assaulted a 25-year-old bar-hopper on 86th Street on Oct. 8, leaving him with a broken nose.

The victim had just left a bar near Bay 35th Street at 4 am when the suspects attacked, taking the man’s cellphone during the fisticuffs.

Robbed on delivery

A thug jumped out of a thatch of bushes on 79th Street and held up a Chinese food delivery man on Oct. 8.

The victim was dropping off an order between 19th and 20th avenues at 11 pm when the suspect surprised him, robbing him of his order and cellphone.

Stabbed in leg

Three goons stabbed a 20-year-old man in the leg during a violent Oct. 9 exchange on 80th Street.

The victim was approaching Bay Parkway at 3:30 am when the terror trio attacked, putting him in a choke hold before jamming a knife in his right leg.

Store raid

Thieves broke into an 86th Street 99-cent store on Oct. 7, where they emptied out the ATM and cash register.

Workers at Top Choice 99-Cents and Up said the thieves forced open a rear door sometime after closing at 9 pm.

Grocery goons

A thief used a basement hatch to break into a 20th Avenue grocery store on Oct. 6 — taking more than $3,000 in cash, cigarettes and phone cards.

Workers at the KHB Deli and Grocery said someone forced open a side door sometime after closing at 1:30 am.

When workers showed up the next morning, the front of the store had been ransacked.

— Thomas Tracy