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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Cashed in

A pair of criminals stole about $8,000 from a Fort Hamilton Parkway market on Dec. 25.

The perps made their way into the store between 67th and 68th streets at about 3:15 am by clipping the padlock and rolling up the security gate at the rear of the building, at Ninth Avenue, and entered. They took the cash from the register and left through the same door they entered.

Grocery stealing

A pair of thieves stole about 10 cartons of cigarettes and $400 from an Eighth Avenue grocery store on Dec. 25.

The crooks broke into the Bay Ridge Avenue store at 2 am, when they grabbed the goods and cash.

Caffeine boost for crooks

Police arrested a man who stole about $300 from a Third Avenue coffee shop on Dec. 26.

The man entered the shop at 90th Street with a key just before 3 am and stole the cash from the register.

Thieves run on coffee beans

A crook stole about $450 from a 13th Avenue coffee shop on Dec. 26, according to police.

The thief entered the store at 76th Street through the front door with a key just after 3 am, when he rummaged through the cash register and change box.

— Julianne McShane

Updated 5:50 pm, July 9, 2018
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