Scoundrels steal teen’s cash

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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest—
Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Group robbery

A group of miscreants robbed a teen at Kelly Park on Dec 3.

The 17-year-old victim told police that he was walking home near Moore Place at 7:45 pm when the malefactors approached him and one asked him for his AirPods.

Another rogue stole $190 from the victim and the first goon tried to throw a punch at the him but missed, according to cops.

The six villains — five male and one female — then fled through the park towards Avenue S, according to the authorities.

Jump and run

A scoundrel stole a woman’s electronics in a botched deal on Ocean Avenue on Dec. 5.

The victim told police she had arranged to sell game consoles and video games to someone outside a bank near Avenue U.

The two met up, and after the victim gave the reprobate the goods, the lout said that he needed to get his wallet from the car and tried to take off leaving her empty-handed, according to police.

She then jumped on the lawbreaker’s pickup truck and got in the back, after which the rake stopped the car and threatened her to get out of the car, while reaching to his waistband, which showed the black butt end of a firearm, the victim told police.

Bodega bandits

Two brigands broke into an Avenue U bodega on Dec. 8 and took cash.

The looters broke in through the rear door of the business near E. 22nd Street sometime between 3:52 and 5 am and stole $2,300 from the register under the counter, according to police.

Store looter

A burglar looted a store on Ocean Avenue on Dec. 7.

The punk broke into the shop near Quentin Road at 10:30 pm and bagged $250 and fled, cops said.

— Kevin Duggan

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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