Thugs hold woman down, steal purse

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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

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Two brutes held a woman down and took her purse on 69th Street on April 7, police report.

The victim said she was walking between 16th and 17th avenues at 8:10 pm when the pair of perps seized her and rifled through her pockets before snatching her bag. When the woman demanded her pocketbook back, one of the punks told he he would punch her if she cried out. The duo then fled in an unknown direction.

Walk on the wild side

Three thugs cut up a young man on 82nd Street on April 9, according to cops.

The victim told police he was near 21st Avenue on his way home from his girlfriend’s house at 1:35 am when one of the lowlifes ran up from behind him and sliced his face open with an unknown object.

Another one of the terrible trio took his wallet, and the threesome then fled toward 20th Avenue.

Ears cleaned

A pair of punks swiped a 13-year-old’s earbuds on 69th Street on April 8, police say.

The victim claimed that he was near 18th Avenue on his way home from school listening to music on his iPhone at 1:30 pm when the delinquent duo came up behind him, put him in a choke hold, and forced him to the ground.

The two tried to take the teen’s mobile device away, but succeeded only in getting his headphones.

Robbed blind

Three thieves stole a man’s bracelet and designer eyeglasses on 84th Street on April 14, authorities allege.

The victim told police he got into shouting match with the villains near 19th Avenue at 12:30 am while the trio was sitting in their car. One of the fiends jumped out and punched him, then pulled his spectacles and jeweled wristband off before climbing back in the vehicle and speeding off.

Gym rat

A crook stole a woman’s wallet from her locker at an 86th Street fitness facility on April 8, cops claim.

The victim said she locked her belongings in her cubby at the sports club near the corner of 24th Avenue at noon and went to work out. When she came back later, the lock and her billfold were gone.

— Will Bredderman

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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