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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Minor infraction

A group of five teens attacked a man at a park on Stuart Street on April 26.

The victim told cops that he was at the park near Avenue U around 8 pm when he saw the delinquents following him. Police say the quintet then attacked him and punched him in the back of his head several times.

During the attack, the man dropped his phone, which the nogoodniks picked up and took off with down Avenue S, police reported. After the attack the man attempted to follow the young brigands, but they fled in different directions, according to the report.

Phone or cash

A good-for-nothing robbed a Flatbush Avenue cellphone store on April 27.

An employee told police the baddie walked into the store near E. 45th Street Police at around 4:20 pm, and made the employee open the cash register. The scoundrel fled with $78, police reported.

Gun robbery

Two crooks robbed an Avenue N convenience store at gunpoint on April 29.

The bandits entered the store near Ralph Avenue around 7:40 pm and one of the lawbreakers displayed a firearm and demanded an employee give him money from the cash register, according to the report. Cops say the miscreants fled down E. 63rd Street and got away with $500.

— Alexandra Simon

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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