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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest— Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Bum rap

A curmudgeon police say might be homeless knocked a guy in the face and stole $45 on Shore Parkway on Sept. 28.

The victim was near E. 12th Street in Sheepshead Bay at 1:45 am when the goon socked him in the face and took the cash from the guy’s pocket before running toward Avenue Z, police said.

Double trouble

A six-pack of brutes mugged three buddies on Kings Highway on Sept. 29.

The victims left a bar at McDonald Avenue in Gravesend around 4 am, and six scoundrels surrounded them at Ocean Parkway, police said.

The savage sextet took one guy’s wallet and threw bottles at him, officials said. The other two took a worse beating — and a car service Coney Island Hospital, the victim told police.

Keep the change

Two twerps who robbed a guy on Avenue X on Oct. 1 were nice enough to give him his wallet back.

The victim was near West Street in Gravesend at 9 pm when the pair demanded the 18-year-old’s wallet, police said.

They took $250, but the thrifty victim asked if he could have his school identification and MetroCard, and the guys tossed the wallet back, a police report states.

Phone clip

A goon with a gun robbed an Avenue U cellphone store on Oct. 2 after he corralled witnesses into a back room.

The yahoo whipped out his pistol at the store near E. 28th Street in Gravesend at 7 pm, police said. He put all the shoppers in a back room and had the clerk fill two garbage bags with cellphones, officials said. He also took cash, police said.

— Max Jaeger

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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