Villain throws hot coffee on bodega worker

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Drink up!

A scoundrel threw a hot cup of coffee on a worker inside a Myrtle Avenue bodega on May 11, police said.

The villain entered the deli near Washington Park at about 11 am and became irate — hurling the piping-hot liquid on the victim working behind the counter, causing swelling and redness on his stomach, according to authorities.

Where’s my wallet?

Some sneak swiped a guy’s wallet inside a restaurant on Myrtle Avenue on May 6, police said.

The 28-year-old victim told cops he was inside the eatery near Clermont Avenue at about 7:30 pm waiting for a food order when he left without his wallet. The victim went back, but his wallet was gone — with his cash, credit cards, and driver’s license inside it, according to authorities.

Tire thief

A punk took tires off a victim’s car parked on Ryerson Street on May 8, police said.

A witness told cops he saw the jerk remove the two front tires off his client’s Honda near Park Avenue at about 11 pm, officials said. The good-for-nothing then hopped into a 2001 gray Honda and drove off, according to authorities.

Bye, bye, bike

A nogoodnik rode off with a guy’s electric bike parked on N. Elliott Place on May 10, police said.

The victim told cops he was making a food delivery near Park Avenue at about 8 pm when some malefactor rode off with his black A26 electric bike towards Flushing Avenue, officials said.

Printer pilferer

Some rogue stole a guy’s printer from a university hall at Saint James Place on May 11, police said.

The 23-year-old victim told cops the good-for-nothing had taken his FlashForge three-dimensional printer from a classroom inside the university near Clifton Place some time between 11:30 am and 6 pm, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

Updated 5:44 pm, July 9, 2018
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