Burglar takes cash, jewelry from Ocean Ave. apartment

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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest—
Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Looting lout

A looter raided a woman’s Ocean Avenue apartment on Nov. 3.

The ne’er-do-well broke into the apartment by unscrewing the child safety guard on a bedroom window near Avenue X between noon and 9 pm, cops said.

He then bagged $2,450 and a bunch of the victim’s jewelry before making a run for it.

Ex-pupil prowler

An intruder broke into a private school on E. 13th Street sometime between Oct. 26 and 28.

The victim told police the burglar, who is allegedly a former student, got into the school near Avenue P at some point between 4 pm on Oct. 26 and 9 pm two days later through an unlocked front door. He then broke another door trying to get into the second floor, according to police.

The school skimmer fled the scene empty-handed in an unknown direction, cops said.

Masked marauder

A masked robber burgled a dentist’s office on Ocean Avenue on Oct. 29.

The purloiner broke into the building near Avenue U at 11:47 pm through the side door on the ground floor while wearing a white mask, and gained access to the second floor by unknown means, according to cops.

He then grabbed a 46-inch TV and threw off his masks before fleeing the scene, cops said.

— Kevin Duggan

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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