Sneak steals from woman’s home two days in a row

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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Returning burglar

A sneak thief stole $3,300 from a Glenwood Road woman sometime between June 20 and 21.

Police say the woman, who lives near the Schenectady Avenue, said a day earlier that someone entered her apartment and took $3,000 from her dresser drawer. Then she noticed that an additional $300 was missing the following day, according to the report.

Grabbed and unseen

A nogoodnik lifted a woman’s bag she put down while shopping at an Avenue U lingerie store on June 22.

The victim told cops that she entered the store near E. 54th Street around 5:48 pm and placed her purse down for a few minutes, and afterward realizing that someone had grabbed it and fled.

Cops say in a video surveillance review, a man is seen taking the bag and leaving the location with it. The bandit got away with three bank cards, a wallet, and a set of keys, authorities reported.

Phantom withdrawing

A fraudster stole $650 from an E. 74th Street woman’s bank account between June 7 and 8.

The woman, who lives near Royce Street, told police that some crook made charges totaling $650 using her debit card information. According to the report, the woman is in possession of her debit card.

Wallet stolen

A bandit lifted a man’s wallet at a Flatbush Avenue restaurant on June 19.

The man told cops that he went to the eatery near Avenue I around 7:10 pm and returned to his car with some food. When he realized that he left his money pocket on the counter at the restaurant, he returned at 7:40 pm, but it was no longer there.

Cops say the wallet contained two credit cards, a social security card, and a passport.

— Alexandra Simon

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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