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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Missing mink coat

A lowlife took a fancy mink coat from a clothing store on Court Street on Jan. 18.

An employee from the store between Second and Third places said someone walked off with the full-length, dark brown mink coat sometime between 3:17 and 3:23 pm.

A surveillance camera showed a woman around 50 years old removing the coat, police said.

Cellphone gone

A good-for-nothing took a man’s cellphone from a supermarket on Van Brunt Street on Jan. 22.

An employee of the store near Pioneer Street said he put his white Samsung Galaxy down at 10 am, but at 10:15 am he noticed it was gone.

Car break-in

A jerk stole leather boots from a man’s car parked on Kane Street on Jan. 21 or 22.

The man said he parked his 2013 Ford Sedan near Court Street at 4 pm, but when he returned at 7:40 pm the next day, he found his rear driver side window broken. A pair of brown leather boots from Nordstrom was missing.

— Adam Lucente

Updated 5:49 pm, July 9, 2018
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