Sneak swipes woman’s purse

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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Bag-snatching scoundrel

A sneak thief stole a woman’s bag at an Avenue U shopping center on Oct. 13.

The weasel took the victim’s bag, which contained her bank cards, while she was attending to her crying granddaughter at the store near Flatbush Avenue at 5:50 pm, according to cops.

Car cretin

A bandit smashed the window of a car parked on Utica Avenue on Oct. 13 and took a designer purse.

The owner told police that the thief broke the rear window of her car near Avenue J around 6:30 pm and took her Louis Vuitton handbag and bank cards.

Break-in wretch

A jerk shattered the window of man’s car parked on Utica Avenue on Oct. 13.

The victim told police that the knave broke the rear window of his car near Flatlands Avenue at 7 pm and stole a camera and a laptop from the trunk.

Apartment scam

A realtor threatened a woman when she called asking about an E. 37th Street apartment she paid for back in March.

The woman told police that she paid the realtor on March 15 for the apartment, which he promised to give her once it was empty, but that she never got the keys for, nor her money back as of Oct. 14.

She called and texted the realtor regarding the money, and he told her he was “going to make her cry by midnight,” which made her fear for her safety and report the incident, cops said.

— Kevin Duggan

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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