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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest—
Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Thirsty thief

A bandit broke into a Coney Island Avenue restaurant on Aug. 30 and stole drinks.

Police say the man forced his way into the eatery near Avenue W at 4:25 am and stole an eight-ounce can of Coca-Cola, along with ginger ale and San Pellegrino sparkling water.

Pit stop

Two men stole an automated teller machine from a laundromat on Avenue U on Sept. 9.

The men, who wore masks, damaged the rear door of the business near Gerritsen Avenue at 2:48 am, removed the machine, placed it in a waiting dark sedan, and drove off, police reported.

Kanye believe it

Two pillagers assaulted a man and stole his electronics and sneakers after a botched internet transaction on Quentin Road on Sept. 9.

The victim met the strangers near E. 16th Street at 1:20 pm to sell his Sony PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 games, and Yeezy Beluga 350 V2 sneakers, but they punched him in the face, stole the items, and fled towards Avenue R, according to authorities.

— Brianna Kudisch

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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