Biking iPhone bandit moves north!

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A thief on a bicycle snatched a woman’s iPhone right out of her hand on Conselyea Street on March 12.

The woman told cops that she was near Graham Avenue at 1:15 pm, when the perp rode up and swiped her phone.

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At least three cars were messed with last week:

• A thief busted into a car on Conselyea Street sometime between Feb. 23 and March 10, taking a laptop, iPod, and camera. The car had been parked near Graham Avenue.

• A perp grabbed two surfboards from a car on Roebling Street near N. Eighth Street at 11 am on Feb. 12, while its owner was busy moving stuff across the street.

• A thief swiped an Infiniti from Commercial Street overnight on March 10. The owner of the sedan told cops that he had parked the vehicle near Box Street at 11 pm, but it was gone by 9 am.

— Aaron Short

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