Villain takes woman’s wallet from Dean St. home

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84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

While she was out

Some scoundrel stole a woman’s wallet from her Dean Street apartment on Oct. 24, police said.

The victim told cops she had left her apartment unlocked near Boerum Place a little before 10 am and when she returned a few hours later noticed the baddie grabbed her red Gucci wallet with cash and credit cards inside it, according to authorities.

The punk charged $1,000 on her card at a store near Adams Street, cops said.

Car cur

Cops cuffed a teen for driving off with a guy’s car parked on Court Street sometime overnight on Oct. 24.

The victim told police he had parked his car near Livingston Street at about 11 pm and when he went to drive to work the next day before 10 am, it was gone, according to authorities. Officials recovered his car in Queens and arrested the teen who drove off with it, police said.

Fast-food filcher

A knave swiped a woman’s wallet from her bag inside a Fulton Street fast-food restaurant on Oct. 23, police said.

The woman told cops she was watching her grandchildren while at the restaurant near Hanover Place and had left her bag inside a baby stroller at about 6:45 pm when some malefactor plucked it out and ran off, according to authorities.

Grab and go

A nogoodnik grabbed a guy’s wallet from his bag from a Furman Street park on Oct. 21, police said.

The victim was playing volleyball in the green space near Atlantic Avenue at about 2 pm when the baddie reached into his bag and ran off with his Coach wallet with cash, a driver’s license, and credit cards inside it, according to authorities. The crook charged one of his credit cards at a store in Manhattan for more than $3,000, cops said.

Five-finger discount

Some jerks stole clothes from a Jay Street boutique sometime between Oct. 23 and 26, police said.

The louts ran off with a down parka and long puffer coat from the store near Plymouth Street, according to authorities.

— Julianne Cuba

Posted 12:00 am, October 31, 2018
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