Baddie smashes way into restaurant and loots the register

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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Restaurant thief

A bandit stole $180 from a Putnam Avenue restaurant on Nov. 10.

The thief broke the front door’s glass with chipped concrete, stole the cash from the register, and fled back through the broken door, at the eatery near Fulton Street at 6:44 am, according to cops.

Officers conducted a search and found a man who matched the description, but eyewitnesses said it wasn’t him, police said.

Wallet grab

A sneak stole a woman’s wallet she accidentally left at a store on Myrtle Avenue on Nov. 4.

The victim told police she left her wallet at the store near Ashland Place at 5 pm and when she returned to get it, it was gone. Police say the thief used her debit card at a doughnut chain, cops say.

Bicycle bandit

Cops cuffed a man for allegedly stealing a Citi Bike from Myrtle Avenue on Nov. 10.

The suspect told police he took the bike near Saint Edwards Street at 12:30 am, according to the police report.

Handbag steal

A nogoodnik smashed a window of a woman’s car parked on Atlantic Avenue on Nov. 10 and stole her handbag.

Police say the woman parked her car at a gas station near Grand Avenue at 1 am and when she returned, her trunk’s window was broken and her Louis Vuitton bag, which contained her credit card, was gone.

— Brianna Kudisch

Posted 12:00 am, November 14, 2018
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