Violent pair assault and rob woman

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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest—
Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

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Two miscreants violently robbed a woman on E. 12th Street on May 6.

The victim said she was walking near Avenue U at 8 pm when a man and a woman approached her from behind and demanded her purse. The man was initially unsuccessful, so he punched her, causing her to fall down, according to the report. His accomplice then pushed the victim, before the two fled on E. 12th Street towards Avenue V, cops said.

The purse contained more than $100, the victim’s driver’s license, her student ID, and other items, she told officers.

Can it

A good-for-nothing threatened a person and stole a soda can from an establishment on Kings Highway on May 1.

The victim said the thief entered the premises near E. Fifth Street at 3:35 pm and took the soda, telling the victim “I will kill you” before leaving.

Police said there is a camera at the location.

Grab and dash

A lowlife stole jewelry off a man on Sheepshead Bay Road on May 2.

The victim said he was in an argument with the thief near E. 14th Street at 3:35 pm when the thief and others punched and kicked him in the face. One said “take his chain,” and then someone took his sterling steel chain with a cross on it, he told police.

The assailants fled towards the Sheepshead Bay Road subway station, according to authorities.

Meaty situation

A jerk stole a meat cleaver from a Sheepshead Bay Road diner on May 1.

The victim said that someone entered the location near Voorhies Avenue at 9:20 am through the sidewalk gate. The scoundrel then broke a sheetrock wall, took the cleaver, and fled through the back, cops said.

Police said there are cameras on the property.

— Adam Lucente

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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