Bandit takes off with man’s bike

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Missing bike

A good-for-nothing stole a man’s bike on Butler Street sometime between June 6 and 9.

The victim said he left his two-wheeler between Bond and Nevins streets at 5 pm on June 6, but when he returned three days later at 6 pm, realized someone had taken his ride. The bike was locked, according to the victim.

Gin swiper

A punk stole booze from a liquor store on Court Street on June 8.

The victim said someone entered the store between Huntington and Ninth streets between 5:50 and 6 pm and took a bottle of gin, putting it in his jacket.

Police said there is video footage of the incident, but no arrests have been made.

— Adam Lucente

Posted 12:00 am, June 13, 2018
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