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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Street attack

Cops cuffed a guy for attacking a man and then stealing his cellphone on DeKalb Avenue on Dec. 3.

The victim told police he was leaving work near Clermont Avenue a little before 9 am when the suspect attacked him from behind, cutting his face, and grabbed his phone from his hand, according to authorities.

Booze bozo

Some sneak stole a bottle of alcohol and an electronic from a Flushing Avenue restaurant on Dec. 3, police said.

The jerk pried open the front door of the eatery near Clermont Avenue a little before 8 am and ran out with a bottle of Grey Goose vodka and a Samsung tablet, cops said.

No tip

A nogoodnik swiped cash and an electronic from a Myrtle Avenue bar on Dec. 4, police said.

The cur broke into the bar near Classon Avenue at about 10:45 am and stole a wad of cash, a jar of change, and a tablet, according to authorities.

Not caught on camera

Some lout stole a guy’s pricey camera from a park bench on S. Oxford Street on Dec. 6, police said.

The victim told cops he was sitting on a bench inside a park near DeKalb Avenue at about 9:20 pm when a baddie ran up and grabbed his Canon camera with several lenses on it and run away towards Brooklyn Hospital.

The victim was sitting with his back towards the good-for-nothing and didn’t see who it was, cops said.

— Julianne Cuba

Posted 12:00 am, December 12, 2018
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