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Two hooligans punched and robbed a man on Atlantic Avenue, between Nevins Street and Third Avenue, at 4:15 pm on Jan. 23.

The perps got the 56-year-old victim’s attention by yelling, “Yo man!” before slamming him with fists to the face and stomach.

They stole $1,700 and a cellphone from the man’s coat pocket when they were finished pummeling him.

Healthy heist

A thief stole $3,417 worth of diabetes test strips from a pharmacy on Fulton Street between Hanover Place and Flatbush Avenue, at about 5 pm on Jan. 20.

The man was videotaped on the store’s security camera.

Updated 4:01 pm, November 10, 2010
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