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68th Precinct

Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights

Cut up

A pack of perps punched, kicked, and cut a man with an unknown sharp object on his head, face, and left arm on Fifth Avenue on June 23.

The assault occurred at 73rd Street just after 4:30 am, and the perps fled towards 72nd Street on foot after the assault, which left the victim with several cuts, police said.

Big haul

Police arrested a man who they say entered a woman’s 70th Street apartment through an open kitchen window and stole thousands worth of electronics on June 21.

The break-in occurred just after 10 am at Eighth Avenue, and the man allegedly stole a laptop, iPad, Xbox remote control, and cash box, police said.

Electric steal

A baddie broke into a Fort Hamilton Parkway home and stole a woman’s electronics on June 21.

The woman told cops she left her home between 90th and 92nd streets at 8:30 am, and returned and 8 pm to find her front door unlocked and her two iPad minis, Xbox, and laptop missing. There were no signs of forced entry, police said.

Cheap punch

A man punched a woman in the head, bruising her, on Bay Ridge Avenue on June 23.

The assault occurred at Third Avenue just after 6 am, police reported.

Biked away

A crook stole a man’s blue 2016 Yamaha motorcycle from its parking spot on Colonial Road on June 24.

The theft occurred around 5:15 pm at 67th Street, according to authorities.

— Julianne McShane

Updated 5:41 pm, July 9, 2018
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