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Knifepoint mug

A knife-wielding thug put a blade to a 21-year-old woman’s stomach inside her Bush Street building during a horrifying Sept. 6 robbery.

The perp followed the victim into her home, which is between Clinton and Court streets, at around 3:15 am and followed her up a staircase.

That’s when he pulled out the knife.

“I just want your money,” the crook said, as he pressed the blade against the woman’s stomach.

The victim handed over $85 and the perp — who was wearing a black baseball cap during at the time of the robbery — fled on foot.

Grabber nabbed

Cops locked up a suspected thief before he broke into any cars on Sept. 2.

Police spotted a perp peering into vehicle windows and pulling on door handles near the corner of Hick and President streets at around 6:20 pm.

Officers cuffed a 49-year-old suspect who had already has a record for similar crimes and was carrying a pair of pliers at the time of his arrest.

Cargo-ne vans

Thieves stole two cargo vehicles from a Bond Street contracting company.

The perps heisted the white Fords — a 2004 van and a 1987 pick-up — from a parking lot near the corner of Sackett Street between Jan. 19 and Sept. 1.

Updated 5:14 pm, July 9, 2018
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