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78th Precinct

Park Slope

Bad break

Some loser smacked a woman on Sixth Avenue as she tried to break up a fight on June 18.

The victim told police she was between Sterling and St. Johns places at 7:40 pm, when she attempted to break up a fight. But her good intentions landed her a stray fist to the face.

Instead of helping the woman, her attacker fled the scene behind the wheel of a car, cops said.

The woman declined to press charges, and the case is closed, according to police.

Bike bandit

A thief made off with a man’s bicycle he locked up on 10th Street on June 18.

The victim told police he secured his bike to a pole between Seventh and Eighth avenues at 5 pm, and returned half-an-hour later to find his ride stolen.

Sore eyes

Cops are hunting the 19-year-old man suspected of punching a man on Fifth Avenue on June 19.

The victim told police he was arguing with the suspect between Ninth and 10th streets at 9:35 pm when the suspect socked him over the eye, before going on to bust up some of his property.

Two-wheeled thief

A thief rode off with a woman’s bike she parked on Fourth Street on June 22.

The victim told police that she chained her bike to a pole near Sixth Avenue at 9 pm, and returned the following morning to find she was short one cycle.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 5:57 pm, July 9, 2018
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