Pretty minor stuff this week

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Ransacked house

Someone broke into and raided a 70th Street house between Feb. 25 and Feb. 28.

The owner of the home, which is between 10th and 11th avenues, told cops that he was out of town for three days. When he returned, he saw that his windows were opened and his place was a mess. But the victim has yet to report any stolen items.

Toyota tamper

Someone broke into Bay Ridge Toyota on 65th Street overnight on March 2, but did not steal anything.

The security guard told cops that the gates and doors of the shop, which is between Sixth and Seventh avenues, had been forced open. But the alarm was not activated and nothing was missing.

Store snatch

Some jerk swiped a purse from a woman shopping in Century 21 on 86th Street on March 2.

The victim told cops that she was browsing the department store, which is between Fourth and Fifth avenues, at around 4 pm. She left her handbag, which contained cash, cards and an iPod, on her baby’s stroller. It was gone a few minutes later.

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