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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Big brother isn’t watching

Some lout stole a woman’s security camera from the front of her house on Henry Street on June 18, cops said.

The sneak swiped the camera from he home near Atlantic Avenue at 11 am, said police.

Vespa-less

A thief swiped a Vespa scooter from its parking spot on Clinton Street on June 21, cops said.

The victim told cops he left his Italian scooter parked near Fourth Place and Luquer street, and found it missing around 11 pm.

Disappearing camera

Some punk stole pricey camera equipment from the back of a guy’s car on Hicks Street, cops said.

The victim told police he left his unlocked car between Congress and Warren streets at 10:30 am. When he returned at noon, two Panasonic cameras — as well as lights, batteries, and tripods — were missing from the back of his car, according to authorities. No arrests have been made, cops said.

Bye, bye, bicycle

Some sneak stole a bike from in front of a house on Union Street on June 19, cops said.

The victim told cops he left his bike locked up overnight between Henry and Clinton streets. The thief swiped the ride between 1 and 3 am, the report said.

— Ben Verde

Updated 5:41 pm, July 9, 2018
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