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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Car filcher

A nogoodnik took a woman’s wallet from her car on Arkansas Drive sometime between Nov. 16 and 17.

The victim told police she left her vehicle unlocked between National and 56th drives at 7 pm, and returned the next day at 8:40 pm to find her wallet, bank cards, driver’s license, and school identification missing from the car.

The baddie attempted to use both stolen bank cards at chain retailer’s store locations on Flatbush Avenue and Avenue H, as well as a gas station at Flatbush Avenue and Avenue J, cops said.

Storage loot

A thief looted a man’s storage space on Ralph Avenue sometime between Aug. 17 and Nov. 12.

The victim told police he that someone stole his iPad, a projector, and other items from the commercial storage space near Chase Court sometime between 4:40 pm on Aug. 17 and 4:15 pm on Nov. 12.

Crafty crook

A sneak thief stole a woman’s wallet in a department store on Avenue U on Nov. 17.

The malefactor took the victim’s wallet — with bank cards and identification — from her purse while she shopped at the Flatbush Avenue store at 8:45 pm, she told police.

— Kevin Duggan

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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