Gunmen raid bakery

Bakery raid

Four gun-weilding thugs barrelled into an Avenue L bakery on June 12, robbing the two employees they found inside.

Police said that the suspects entered the bakery at 10 pm, pulling two guns on their victims.

They robbed the employees of their property, then rummaged through the register looking for more cash, said officials, who added that no injuries were reported.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to come forward.

Calls can be made to the 69th Precinct detective squad at (718) 257-6315. All calls will be kept confidential.

Delivery man take down

Three thieves attacked a delivery man for a local Chinese restaurant on June 11, taking his cash and food.

Cops were told that the victim was nearing the corner of Avenue D and East 96th Street at 7:40 pm when the thieves surrounded and beat him, leaving him with bruises to both his face and body.

The suspects ran off with his cash and food, but only two of them made it out of the area.

One of the thieves, a 17-year-old, was apprehended a short time later, charged with robbery and assault.

Busted for drunk driving

A 43-year-old motorist was taken into custody on June 12 after he was caught weaving along the Belt Parkway.

Police said that they pulled the man’s 1986 Cutlass over for a traffic infraction near the Rockaway Parkway exit just after 5 pm. When they questioned him, he seemed drunk and reeked of marijuana.

He was taken into custody after a Breathalyzer test confirmed their suspicions, police said.

Home wrecker

Cops were called to a home on East 85th Street on June 12 after a 21-year-old went on a furniture rampage with a hammer.

The suspect, who was charged with criminal mischief and criminal possession of a weapon, allegedly smashed up his victim’s dresser at 12:50 pm following an ongoing argument inside the home, which is between Flatlands Avenue and Avenue J.

Fearsome two-by-four

A man ended an argument with another man on June 10 by taking a swing at him — with a two-by-four.

Police said they were called to Utica Avenue between Avenue M and N in Mill Basin after the 18-year-old suspect struck his victim in the head with the piece of wood.

The suspect was apprehended a short time later, trying to drive out of the area with a suspended license, officials said.

Cops charged him with menacing and criminal possession of a weapon.

Scratching the surface

Beware of women with steak knives in their purses.

A Flatlands family learned this the hard way on June 8 when a 24-year-old threatened to cut an East 34th Street resident with the knife, then used the blade to “key” a Mercedes 550 parked outside.

Police said that the 24-year-old suspect was arrested two days after all the action, which took place between Avenue I and Flatbush Avenue.

E. 55 wig out

Cops were called to a Flatlands home on June 13 after a 22-year-old went ballistic during an argument.

Police said that the young man was arguing with another tenant at the address between Glenwood Road and Avenue H at 11:39 am when the suspect struck the other man with the heel of his hand.

He then threw a chair at his opponent, but the chair missed its target, instead smashing into a window.

The suspect also broke a mirror during his tirade before cops arrived and charged him with assault in the third degree, criminal mischief, menacing and harassment.

Followed and stabbed

A blade-wielding thug wanted the last word in an argument with a 24-year-old on June 2, police said.

The victim said the argument with the 20-year-old stranger started on Glenwood Road near East 59th Street in Flatlands at 11:10 pm.

He thought the argument ended when he stormed off, but his opponent followed him for a short distance, then jumped him, stabbing him in the stomach and arm.

Help wipe out graffiti

As the ongoing war against graffiti vandalism continues, cops are offering a $500 reward to anyone with information that can help them arrest neighborhood vandals.

The hefty reward is part of the city’s ongoing push to rid New York of graffiti, the leading quality of life complaint brought to police.

Anyone with information about graffiti vandalism in their neighborhood is urged to contact either 311 or 911.