Bruisers bash and rob woman after dispute

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Teamed up

A crew of four baddies bashed a woman and stole her pocketbook after they got into an argument with her on DeKalb Avenue on Aug. 6.

The victim told police she got into a verbal dispute with three women and one man near Vanderbilt Avenue at 2:05 am. The brusiers got upset and began to strike her while the man encouraged them, according to a report.

During the fight, the women snatched the victim’s pocketbook containing her iPhone, cash, and credit cards, and fled, police said.


Police are hunting for the gunmen who shot a guy twice on St. Edwards Street on Aug. 3.

The jerks pumped a bullet into his upper left bag and through the lower right knee by Park Avenue at 10:55 pm and fled, cops said.

Rogue rider

A thief broke into a Grand Avenue apartment building and stole several bicycles on July 31.

The person who reported the crime told cops the snake forced the lobby door of the residence by Greene Avenue open at 4:41 am, then forced the basement door open, and removed the unspecified number of rides.

Vacation surprise

A burglar stole a woman’s flat-screen television and two air conditioners while she was on vacation from her Fleet Walk home between July 26 to Aug. 2.

The lady returned home to her building by Tillary Street on Aug. 2 at 9:04 am and noticed that her door had been unlocked. She then discovered her 55-inch television and ventilation units were missing, a report said.

Cycling cad

Cops are hunting for the nogoodnik who lifted a man’s bicycle from the hallway of his Fulton Street apartment building sometime between Aug. 1 and Aug. 2.

The man had parked his Cannondale two-wheeler in the hallway of the residence near Waverly Avenue at noon on Aug. 1 and returned the next day at 6 pm to find it had been taken, cops said.

— Lauren Gill

Posted 3:37 pm, August 9, 2017
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