A man is robbed and stabbed

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A knife-wielding goon stabbed a man at 3:30 pm on Sept. 14.

The victim was at the corner of Underhill Avenue and Plaza Street East when he was approached by a thug who robbed and stabbed him with a knife.

Car bust

A visitor from the south got a taste of New York hospitality after his car was stolen near Prospect Park.

The victim, from Atlanta, told cops that he returned to his car at the corner of Underhill Avenue and Sterling Place, close to midnight on Sept. 17 only to find that someone had already beaten him to it.

Key crime

A woman’s 2006 Ford Fusion was stolen after she left the keys in the ignition.

The car was parked briefly at the corner of Franklin Avenue and Park Place at 8 am on Sept. 18, but when the victim returned, both cars and keys were nowhere to be found.

— Elyssa Pachico

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