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72nd Precinct

Sunset Park–Windsor Terrace

Bottles up

Some fiend broke a glass bottle over a man’s head inside a 61st Street nightclub on March 12.

The victim told police he was arguing with the brute inside the watering hole between Seventh and Eighth avenues at 5:30 am when the guy snatched a bottle and shattered it over his head.

The victim, who was highly intoxicated by the time police arrived, went to Lutheran Medical Center for treatment, cops said.

Smash and grab

Police arrested a 32-year-old woman for allegedly looting a man’s car on 62nd Street on March 8, taking credit cards and a navigation system.

The victim told police he left his 2010 Toyota Sienna between Sixth and Seventh avenues at 12:30 am, and returned at around 11 am to find his driver-side window smashed and his stuff stolen.

Cops cuffed their suspect later that day, slapping her with a felony larceny charge, according to police.

Low blow

Cops are searching for the lout who beat and robbed a woman on 32nd Street on March 12, taking her phone.

The victim told police she was arguing with the creep near Third Avenue at 8 pm when he slugged her in the face and snatched her phone, before slinking into a nearby car and peeling off.

Truck stop

Three crooks looted a truck parked inside a 39th Street parking garage on March 14, nabbing more than $2,500 worth of shrimp, scallops, steaks, and sea cucumbers.

Surveillance footage recovered by police shows a red Ford Explorer pull up to the parking garage between Sixth and Seventh avenues at 2:08 pm, before three goons disembarked and proceeded to smash through a rear window into the truck and help themselves to some ill-gotten seafood.

— Colin Mixson

Updated 10:34 am, March 21, 2019
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