Lout punches man in the face and steals his bike

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84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Snatched and attacked

A bruiser stole a guy’s bike and punched him in the face inside Brooklyn Bridge Park on Sept. 2, police said.

The 50-year-old victim was sitting on a bench inside the green space near Cadman Plaza West and Furman Street at about 4:40 am when the goon came up to him and socked him in the face, splitting open his lip, and causing him to fall to the ground, according to authorities.

The brute then rode off with the guy’s 10-speed red bike, officials said.

Street brawl

A nogoodnik pushed a woman into a cart on Gold Street on Aug. 23, police said.

The villain shoved the victim into her shopping cart several times near Tillary Street at about 5:15 pm, causing bruises and cuts to her left arm, according to authorities.

Stole his ride

Some baddie stole a guy’s motorcycle outside Schermerhorn Street on Sept. 1, police said.

The victim said he chained up his 2017 Yamaha to a mailbox near Hoyt Street at about 4 am and when he returned to get it two hours later, it was gone, according to authorities.

Package prowler

A crook swiped a bunch of packages from a Pacific Street apartment building on Aug. 28, police said.

The jerk broke into the building near Hoyt Street a little before 6 am and ran out with a bunch of delivered packages, according to authorities.

Not caught on camera

A weasel snatched a woman’s camera from an Adams Street building on Aug. 26, police said.

The victim told cops she had placed her Nikon camera and lens on a bench inside the building near Pearl Street at about 11 am, and someone grabbed it five minutes later, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

Posted 12:00 am, September 5, 2018
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