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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Clothing haul

A baddie stole more than $3,300 worth of designer clothes and accessories from a 2017 Range Rover parked on Luquer Street at some point between March 17 and 18.

The thief swiped the loot from the vehicle parked between Clinton Street and Hamilton Avenue at some point between 11 am on March 17 and 9 am the next day, according to police, who said the crook stole a coat, three pairs of sunglasses, and a pair of sneakers.

Fashionable fanny pack

A crook stole a designer fanny pack worth $625 from an Atlantic Avenue store on March 14.

The theft occurred from the store between Court and Clinton streets around 6:45 pm, police said.

Party foul

A pilferer stole more than $840 — plus a man and woman’s credit cards, driver’s license, MetroCard, and medication — from a Bond Street home where they were partying on March 17.

The theft occurred at the home between Baltic and Butler streets at some point between midnight and 2 am, according to police.

Well-dressed crook

A thief stole clothes from an Atlantic Avenue store on March 17.

The theft occurred at the store between Clinton and Court streets just before 6:15 pm, according to police, who added that the criminal took a sweater, tank top, and pair of pants.

— Julianne McShane

Updated 9:34 am, March 20, 2019
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