Thief swipes binder full of collectable gaming cards from Court Street store

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Stacked against him

A rogue stole a binder full of collectable gaming cards on Court Street sometime between Sept. 17 and Sept. 22.

The victim told police that he discovered that his 50-count binder with a collection of Magic: The Gathering cards was stolen by an unknown lout from his board game store and cafe between Union and Sackett streets sometime between 6 pm on Sept. 17 and 10:30 am on Sept. 22.

Yoga theft

A sneak stole a woman’s wallet while she was in a yoga studio on Court Street on Sept. 24.

The victim told police that she left her black and brown Michael Kors wallet unattended in the common area of the center between Luque and Nelson streets at 5 pm. When she returned 45 minutes later, it was gone, including three credit cards, $480, her US passport, driver’s license and insurance card.

Gas station attack

A woman punched another woman in the face near a gas station on Hamilton Avenue on Sept. 14.

The victim told cops that she got into a verbal argument with the attacker near Huntington Street at 5:25 am when the brute struck her, causing pain and swelling to her face.

Exploiting wretch

A woman robbed another woman while helping her bring her groceries to her Columbia Street home on Sept. 22.

The victim told police that the snake offered to help her carry her bags home from a market on Lorraine Street at noon.

When they got to the victim’s apartment, she left her purse on top of a box, which the the sneak thief promptly grabbed and ran off with, stealing the woman’s red wallet, flip phone, $180 and an EBT card worth $10, according to police.

Tide challenge

A man stole liquid detergent from a pharmacy on Court Street on Sept. 23.

A store employee told cops that the scoundrel bagged three bottles of Tide liquid detergent into his bag and left the store near First Place at 9 am.

— Kevin Duggan

Updated 10:30 am, September 26, 2018
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