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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Murdered

Police found a man stabbed to death inside a Stillwell Avenue apartment on Nov. 6, officials report.

Cops responding to a phone call for help arrived at the home between Avenue T and 86th Street at 11:50 pm, and saw the victim lying in a pool of blood on the floor.

On further inspection, police noticed stab wounds to the man’s neck and stomach. Security footage from cameras outside show several men fleeing the scene.

Bag snag

A crook yanked a woman’s purse away on 72nd Street on Nov. 7, according to cops.

The victim said she was between 19th and 20th avenues at 8:40 am when the punk came up behind her, tore her pocketbook off of her shoulder, and fled in an unknown direction.

Bike swipe

An oily perp stole a motorcycle from a Bay Ridge Avenue backyard sometime between Nov. 1 and Nov. 5, cops say.

The victim said he left his ride behind his house between 21st Avenue and Bay Parkway at 4:30 pm. When he returned at 9 am four days later, the hog was gone.

Pain, no gain

A low life snatched a woman’s purse off of a bench in Bensonhurst Park while she exercised nearby on Nov. 10, police say.

The victim said she left her bag on a seat near the corner of Shore and Bay parkways at 9:30 am and started her workout.

When she went back to the bench, the pocketbook was gone.

Car jacked

A punk pinched a car parked on 68th Street sometime between Nov. 8 and Nov. 10, according to police.

The victim said he parked the vehicle near 17th Avenue at 5 pm on Nov. 8, and returned two days later to find it gone.

— Will Bredderman

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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