Brute punches coworker and flees

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Punch and run

Some lout assaulted his coworker on Hoyt Street on July 24, cops say.

The brute punched the woman in the face near Third Street at 9:40 am before fleeing on foot, police said.

Snatched off the street

A sneak snatched a woman’s purse after she put it down on Smith Street on July 21, police say.

The victim told police she put her bag down near W. Ninth Street at 10:30 am, when the jerk swiped it. The bag contained four cellphones, several medications, a pricey watch, and the victim’s birth certificate, according to authorities.

Gourmet theft

Some jerk stole a package from a Van Brunt Street apartment building on July 16, cops say.

The package was left in the lobby of the building near Visitation Place around 6:15 pm before the thief nabbed it, officers reported.

Five on one

Some lout stole a cab driver’s camera on Atlantic Avenue on July 21, cops say.

Police said the thief entered the cab with five other guys near Hicks Street around 12:45 pm, and swiped the driver’s dashboard camera, according to the police report.

Without a map

Some brute robbed a car on Second Place sometime between July 11 and July 19, cops say.

The victim told cops the lout broke the window of his car near Court Street and swiped his navigation system.

— Ben Verde

Posted 12:00 am, July 25, 2018
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