Hood flashed firearm, but fled empty-handed

61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest—
Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Had gun, got none

A lout threatened to shoot an Avenue U food chain cashier on Sept. 14, police said.

The cashier told police the goon dressed in all black entered the Dunkin Donuts near Bedford Avenue at about 6:20 am and said “Take all the money out of the register.” The criminal then shifted his jacket to show off a black firearm and said “I’m serious, I will shoot you,” according to authorities. The cashier told the cur she did not have a key and could only open it if the weasel bought something, but the snake fled, officials said.

Bye, phones

Some nogoodnik stole a guy’s electronics and shoes from his home on W. Seventh Street sometime between Sept. 10 and Sept. 12, police said.

The 20-year-old told police he had left his home near Avenue V for a night and when he got back, he noticed that hundreds of dollars worth of possessions, including his iPhone 5S, iPhone 6S plus, HP laptop, and Adidas shoes were gone, according to authorities.

Overnight ripoff

A sneak thief stole a wad of cash from a man’s office on Sheepshead Bay Road sometime overnight on Sept. 12, police said.

The victim told police that he left his business near Shore Parkway at about 11:30 pm and when he returned the next morning at about 10 am he realized the cash register was open and the malefactor had taken $400 from it, officials said.

He’s in pane

A crook broke into a man’s house on Homecrest Avenue and stole thousands in cash on Sept. 15, police said.

The 32-year-old homeowner told police that when he left his house near Avenue V at about 8 am, he locked the front door but left his windows open. When he returned at about 5:30 pm, he saw that the goniff had ransacked the place and stole $7,000 in cash, according to authorities.

Glitter grab

A malefactor broke into a man’s Amherst Street house and stole thousands in jewelry sometime overnight on Sept. 14, police said.

The 44-year-old victim told investigators he left his house near Oriental Boulevard at about 7 pm on the 14th and when he returned two days later at about 1:30 pm, he discovered his side door was open and that some thief had stolen assorted rings, earrings, pins, bracelets, and pendants, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

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