Drive-thru rob

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A man who was beaten and robbed by two thugs as he was waiting in a fast-food drive-thru lane on Oct. 21 later helped police nab them.

The hungry victim was in the drive-thru lane, near 14th Avenue and 65th Street, at 1:50 pm when the perps walked up and demanded money. When the victim got out of his car, the first perp threw a bottle at him, while the other punched him in the head.

They swiped his gold chain and fled, but thanks to the victim’s identification, they were later picked up by police.

The jewelry was returned.

Kings Hwy. mug

A man was robbed by two thugs after leaving a grocery store on Kings Highway near West Ninth Street at 3 am on Oct. 21.

The first thug pulled out a knife, while the other punched the victim in the knee. They swiped $60, his bike, and beer he had just purchased, police said.

Nightly stroll

Two seniors were attacked by two thugs as they walked home on Bay 20th Street on Oct. 25.

The couple was near Shore Parkway at around 10:45 pm when the first perp rushed the 78-year-old man from behind and socked him with his firearm, taking his property as he lay on the ground. Moments later, the second perp attacked his wife, pushing her to the ground and taking her purse.

The thieves ran off with $50, and credit and debit cards, police said.

Ridge of crime

The apartments of two Bay Ridge Parkway residents were broken into last week.

The first incident, on Oct. 26, was in an apartment near 20th Avenue. The front window was broken and electronics and jewelry were taken, police said.

The second break-in was a day later near 19th Avenue. The 51-year-old victim came back at around 6 pm, to find a busted a rear window, along with $5,000 and his jewelry stolen, police said.

No word yet from 62nd Precinct if the two burglaries are related.

Wheely bad

A man had his 1997 Nissan Maxima broken into and his property stolen after leaving it parked overnight on 20th Avenue on Oct. 26.

The 26-year-old victim returned to his car, which was near 18th Avenue, at around 11:30 am the following morning.

He found his driver’s-side window busted and his electronics, credit and debit cards stolen, police said.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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