Arboreal assault in Flatlands

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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Branching out

Some weirdo wacked someone with a tree branch on Avenue L on July 10.

After the 6:30 pm arboreal assault, the jerk fled with the tree branch on East 56th Street.

The victim, who didn’t know the perp, refused medical attention.

Tool taker

A bandit snatched a bunch of power tools from a garage on East 38th Street on July 10.

The jerk broke into a garage between Avenues U and V at 2 pm, and got away with the goods without being caught on camera.

Many mobiles

A crook stole multiple cell phones from an unsuspecting victim on Nostrand Avenue on July 11.

The thief struck the victim between Avenues J and K at 12:30 am and grabed the phones. The victim refused medical attention.

High rollers

A perp stole four tires and rims worth more than $2,000 from a car parked on East 52nd Street on July 11.

The thief left the car up on blocks between Fillmore Avenue and Avenue O at 2am.

Swift sailor

A boat bandit filled a boat with fuel on Avenue U — then left without paying on July 12.

The thief filled up near Bergen Avenue at 2 pm, but wasn’t captured on camera.

Stolen stash

A crook stole a wallet from an unlocked car in a parking lot on Ralph Avenue on July 12.

The thief took the wallet — which contained credit cards — near Avenue K on at 2 pm.

Money hungry

A crook ordered take-out — of a cash machine— from a restaurant on Utica Avenue on July 13.

The perp broke into the restaurant near Flatlands Avenue at 9:00 pm and made off an automated teller machine from inside.

Brawny bandit

A jacked jerk stole three tires and rims from a vehicle on East 65th Street on July 13.

The perp grabbed the goods near National Drive on at 10 pm, and escaped without being captured on video.

Hygienic heist

A thief with sticky fingers stole soap from Avenue U on July 14.

The clean crook took $10 worth of soap from a chain store on East 57th Street on at 7 pm before fleeing the scene.

— Vanessa Ogle

Reach reporter Vanessa Ogle at or by calling (718) 260-4507. Follow her
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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