Burglar swipes watches from woman’s home

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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest— Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Watch your jewelry

A nogoodnik stole watches from a woman’s Avenue U house on April 23.

The victim said she left her house near W. Sixth Street at 11:30 am, but when she got back at 2 pm, realized someone had ransacked her apartment. The thief took Invicta watches, a Movado watch, a Guess watch, a Michael Kors watch, and a gold chain with a ring on it.

Police said there were no signs of forced entry and that there are no cameras near the front door.

Struck gold

A lowlife stole gold rings, earrings, necklaces, and more from an apartment on Kings Highway sometime between April 25 and April 27.

The victim said she left her house near E. 27th Street around 8 am on April 25, and returned two days later at 9:35 pm. When she got back, she noticed someone had broken in via her front door and taken gold rings, a diamond watch, a designer bag, a gold necklace, and gold earrings with stones, police reported.

She also said many items and pieces of furniture in her apartment had been rearranged, according to the police report.

— Adam Lucente

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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