Two crooks robbed a 16-year-old girl on board an N train stopped at Avenue U on Dec. 13.
The victim told police that she was aboard the Coney Island-bound train when it pulled into the station near W. Seventh Street at 5:40 pm. As she waited for the doors to close, the two thieves punched her in the face, and grabbed her iPhone 6, before fleeing out of the train, cops said
Some scoundrel slugged a cabbie and took his phone on 20th Avenue on Dec. 12.
The victim told police that he was near 67th Street at 3:10 am, where he was embroiled in an argument with his passenger. The dispute came to a head when the cabbie’s fare slugged him in the face and took his stuff, cops said.
A burglar nabbed electronics from a man’s 18th Avenue home on Dec. 12.
The victim told police that the snake slithered into his house between 79th and 80th streets at noon, breaking in through a rear bedroom window. Inside, the crook nabbed some pricey electronics, before fleeing, cops said.
A thief ransacked a man’s 81st Street apartment on Dec. 11, taking $15,000 and jewelry.
The victim told police that the crook entered his home between 15th and 16th avenues at 8 am, through his bathroom window.
The nogoodnik then tore his bedroom apart looking for loot, and fled with the man’s cash and jewels, cops said.
A cad hurled a chair at a woman working at a Chinese-food restaurant on Bath Avenue on Dec. 13.
The victim told police that she was behind the register of the eatery between Bay 17th Street and 18th Avenue at 9:55 pm when the lout took up a chair and threw it, striking the woman in her arm.
Some fool sent a man to the hospital after he hurling a bottle at his head on Bay 28th Street on Dec. 10.
The victim told police that he was near Cropsey Avenue at 3 pm when he felt the glass bottle ricochet off his head. The collision left the man with a serious injury, and he was sent packing to a hospital for treament, cops said.
— Colin Mixson
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