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Slashed on 16thA thug attacked a 16-year-old on 16th Avenue on Jan. 1 Synagogue raidA devilish thief broke into a Kings Highway synagogue over the New YearUPS robA man with a hammer tried to rob a UPS employee making a drop off on Cropsey Avenue on Dec. 31.Cellphone raidA crew of thieves took an unconventional approach to raiding an 86th Street T-Mobile store on Jan. 6 Cleaned outThieves broke into the Captain Yang Laundromat on New Utrecht Avenue on Jan. 5, taking $400.ATM attackTwo men were arrested after they took out their aggressions on a stand-alone ATM standing in front of a W. Sixth Street store.Pharmacy raidA thug forced his way into an Avenue V pharmacy on Jan. 9, but ran off empty-handed.More pharmacy raidsThieves burglarized an Avenue X pharmacy on Jan. 6, making off with $39.Bleeding heartsA 20-year-old heartbroken woman attacked her boyfriend during a dispute on Landis Court on Jan. 8.Gunning for groceriesA thug pulled a gun on a worker inside the Allos Superette on Nostand Avenue on Dec. 30, taking $300 from the till.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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