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Burglar steal cash and cards while guy’s in the shower

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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Opportunist

A prowler snuck into a man’s bedroom and grabbed his stuff while he was in the shower in his 13th Avenue home on March 8, said police.

The man told police he went to take a shower in his apartment between 69th and 70th streets at 7 pm.

He left his bedroom window open and when he came out his wallet — with cash and bank cards — was gone, police said.

Sick thief

A baddie broke into a drugstore on 86th Street on March 5 and made off with meds.

A witness told police that the man entered the pharmacy between Fourth and Fifth avenues at 4:20 pm and grabbed the drugs off the shelf, said police.

The goon ran out with boxes of Claritin, Zyrtec, and Allegra, according to a police report.

Jewelry heist

A goon busted into a man’s 77th Street home on March 7 and made off with a trove of jewelry.

The man told police when he woke up in his home between Colonial Road and Ridge Boulevard at 7 am he discovered broken glass and that someone busted the backdoor. A watch, gold chains, and a platinum ring were taken, said police.

— Caroline Spivack

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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