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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

No day in the park

A sneak swiped a woman’s credit card in a W. 29th Street park on June 24, cops said.

The victim told cops she was playing with her children in the green space near Neptune Avenue around 1 pm when the thief stole her credit card from her stroller, according to the report.

Medical madness

Police arrested a man who they say stole a MacBook Pro from a guy in an Ocean Parkway hospital on July 24, cops said.

The victim said he left his pricey laptop inside the medical center near Shore Parkway. When he returned around midnight, it was gone, according to the report.

Cops arrested the suspect at Avenue U and W. 21st Street. The hospital confirmed to police that the suspect was a patient who had been discharged, authorities reported.

Key snatcher

A quick thief stole a beach-goer’s keys on Surf Avenue on June 30, cops said.

The victim told cops he was walking near W. Fifth Street around 7:30 pm, when the creep crept up from behind and swiped his car keys out of his hand.

Sandy sneak

Some weasel took a woman’s bag from the beach near W. 12th Street while she was swimming on June 30, cops said.

The victim told cops she returned to her spot near the Boardwalk around 2 pm to find her bag gone, according to the report. The bag contained her phone, camera and wallet, authorities said.

— Ben Verde

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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