Easy Apple picking

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Apples picked

Someone snatched two computers from an Atlantic Avenue home on May 24.

The 22-yer-old victim told cops that she left her home, near Hicks Street, at around 9 am, and when she returned at 10:30 pm, two Apple MacBooks were gone.

Bike burgled

Someone stole a mountain bike from a Hicks Street home overnight on May 28.

The 35-year-old victim told cops that he left his home, near Kane Street, at 8 pm, and returned the next day at 4:30 pm to find that a basement lock was busted and his $300 bicycle was gone.

Fearsome foursome

A four-man crew beat a man on Butler Street and stole his wallet on May 26.

The 33-year-old victim said he was near Smith Street at 9:30 pm, when four men attacked him from behind. One of the thugs demanded, “Give me your s—!” while the others rifled his pockets, grabbing a wallet containing $140, and assorted credit cards.

Degenerate duo

Two thugs robbed a teen on Second Place on May 27.

The 13-year-old victim told cops that he was near Henry Street at 3:35 pm when two other teens grabbed his T-Mobile Sidekick and fled.

— Gary Buiso

Updated 5:24 pm, July 9, 2018
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SwampYankee from Not From Williamsburg says:
Must be easy picking taking iCrap from hipsters. Guess daddy will just but them new ones though. Since hipsters hate the cops so much maybe they should call a cyclists when their massively overpriced computers get stolen
June 5, 2011, 1:08 pm

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