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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Made away with moped

A thief stole a man’s moped parked on Clinton Street sometime between Sept. 2 and Sept. 10.

The victim told police that the thief stole his 1975 moped and a Kryptonite-brand lock near Warren Street sometime between 5:30 am on Sept. 2 and 9:30 am on Sept 10.

Don’t Fila like paying for it

A clothes thief robbed an Atlantic Avenue clothing store on Sept 11.

The looter bagged four Fila pants and one backpack from the store near Clinton Street at 11:37 am, according to cops.

Duffle kerfuffle

Cops arrested a woman for allegedly robbing a shipping company drop box on Court Street on Sept. 11.

The complainant told police that the suspect placed her arm inside the drop box near President Street at 12:55 pm and removed a duffle bag with two garment bags inside.

The suspect was arrested and charged with petty larceny near First Place at 1:07 pm, according to cops.

Smell ya later

A man stole a bunch of deodorants from a drugstore on Court Street on Sept 1.

The thief stole seven Dove Men Plus Care deodorants from the pharmacy near Second Place at 11:08 am, according to cops.

— Kevin Duggan

Posted 12:00 am, September 12, 2018
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