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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Computer crib

Three goons stole a lady’s laptop near 66th Street and 12th Avenue in Dyker Heights on Feb. 20, according to the authorities.

The bandits jumped out of a car and ripped her computer bag from her arm, then fled in their black getaway vehicle, police said. They didn’t display any weapons, and the victim was not injured, a police report says.

Left behind

Two purses were stolen after their owners left them in bathrooms, officers said.

• The first lady lost her luggage when she left it in the bathroom of a restaurant near 88th Street and Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge on Feb. 16, cops said.

The woman said she forgot her bag in the bathroom at 5:45 pm, returning minutes later to find it was gone, according to a report. The purse contained credit cards, car keys, and $100, the report states.

• Another woman’s bag walked away after she went to the water closet in a 63rd Street store on Feb. 21, police said.

The bag disappeared from the store near Eighth Avenue in Dyker Heights at 1:15 pm, according to the NYPD. It contained a cellphone, credit cards, and $520, officials said.

— Max Jaeger

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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