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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

So clean

Cops cuffed a man who they say stole toiletries from a Smith Street pharmacy on March 19.

Police say the man entered the store near President Street at 11:54 pm, and walked out with a bottle of lotion, a Dove bar of soap, and Dove liquid soap.

Police and a store employee searched the area, and officers arrested the suspect.

Toiletry thief

A punk took gels and oils from a pharmacy on Court Street sometime between March 18 and 19.

An employee said the thief entered the store between First and Second places sometime between 10 pm on March 18 and 5:15 pm the next day, and took a tube of hair curling gel, other gels, and two skin oils.

— Adam Lucente

Posted 8:38 am, March 21, 2018
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