Thief takes tires and rims from car on E. 37th Street

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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Freewheeling thieves

Someone stole the tires from a woman’s car parked on E. 37th Street sometime overnight on Oct. 5.

The victim told police she parked the vehicle between Avenue L and Kings Highway at 9:45 pm, and when she returned at 1:30 am, someone had taken her four tires and rims from the car.

Men at work

Thieves took clothing and accessories from a woman’s Avenue O home between Sept. 26 and 28.

The victim told police that a fur coat, handbag, Ralph Lauren outfit, a cotton dress, and an evening gown went missing from her home sometime between noon on Sept. 26 and noon on Sept. 28.

She told cops she saw men doing work on a neighboring house leave her house with big bags, but she didn’t see what was in them, according to the police report.


A man threw a brick through the window of a woman’s car parked on E. 51st Street on Oct. 6 and stole her valuables.

The victim parked her car near Avenue K at 10 pm and went to a friend’s house. When she came back to the car at 2:30 am to leave for work, she noticed that a nogoodnik had thrown a brick through her rear passenger-side window and bagged her bank cards and her Samsung Galaxy S8, according to cops.

Delinquent duet

Two women stole more than a $1,000 worth of clothes from a department store at an Avenue U shopping center on Oct. 7.

The looters stole Adidas pants and shirts, Tommy Hilfiger shirts, and other clothes, from the store near Flatbush Avenue sometime between 5:30 and 6:30 pm, according to police.

— Kevin Duggan

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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