Thief steals electronics from doorman’s cabinet

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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Caught off guard

A guy stole stuff from the doorman’s cabinet in a Ridge Boulevard apartment building sometime in the early morning of March 18.

The klepto walked into the building between 67th and 68th streets in Bay Ridge sometime between 3:46 am and 5:40 am and tried to get into a bicycle storage room, police said.

But the thief failed, so he jimmied open a doorman’s cabinet and took a television, digital video disc player, and residents’ packages, a police report states.

Tools taken

A sneak took $1,300 in construction equipment from a Gelston Avenue building site on March 19.

The burglar crept onto the site between 90th and 92nd streets in Bay Ridge sometime between 11 am and noon, taking a copper pipe, gas pipes, plaster, a water meter, and tools, police said.

Cat burglar strikes

Someone stole $500 and jewelry from a 64th Street apartment on March 22.

The burglar climbed into the dwelling between 13th and 14th avenues in Dyker Heights through a fire escape window sometime between 11:40 am and 7 pm, police said.

Purse pincher

A goon swiped two women’s bags in northern Dyker Heights on March 21, police report.

The first victim was at 68th Street and 10th avenue between 7:30 and 7:45 pm when a bandit swiped her pocketbook, police said.

Hours later, at 10:30 pm, someone snatched a bag from a woman on 10th Avenue between Bay Ridge Avenue and 70th Street, a police report states.

— Max Jaeger

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

LABJ from Bay Ridge says:
The old Bay Ridge like the "old grey mare" ain't what she used to be. Sad isn't it?
March 25, 2015, 8:39 pm

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