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62nd Precinct

Bensonhurst—Bath Beach

Street fight

A nogoodnik threatened two men with a knife before trying to steal one man’s phone and punching the other in the face on Bath Avenue on April 18.

The incident occurred at Bay Parkway around 11:10 p.m., according to the report, which added that the baddie walked up to the duo and said “suck my d---” before punching one of the the victims in the face, causing swelling and a bloody nose.

The perp then pulled out a knife and demanded one of the men’s phone before he attempted to steal it, cops said. The baddie fled down Bath Avenue towards Bay 31st Street, according to police.

Middle-of-the-night theft

A thief stole a vacuum and leaf blower from a 20th Avenue shed on April 15.

The theft occurred at the property between 86th Street and Benson Avenue at around 3 a.m., police said.

Car break-in

A pilferer stole a woman’s wallet with her debit card and three credit cards inside from her car parked off of Shore Parkway on April 15.

The theft occurred in the parking lot between 24th Avenue and Bay 38th Street at some point around 4 p.m., according to the report.

Should have taken the train

A baddie stole clothes, plus a wallet with debit and credit cards inside, from a rental car parked on 64th Street on April 16.

The theft occurred from the parking spot at Bay Parkway at some point after 1 a.m., police said.

More than he bargained for

A pair of crooks assaulted and stole $20 and Chinese food from a delivery man at their W. 11th Street residence on April 16.

The incident occurred at the residence between Highlawn Avenue and Avenue S at around 10:30 p.m., according to the report, which added that the dastardly duo placed the order for the food and then ambushed the man when he arrived.

One of the villains held the victim in place while the other one stole the goods, and the pair then threw the man to the ground, causing minor injuries to his left leg, police said.

Cash grab

Two miscreants threatened a man and stole $16 and his credit and debit cards on 17th Avenue on April 17.

The incident occurred at New Utrecht Avenue at around 2 a.m., according to the report, which added that the duo approached the man and one told the other to “hit him with the gun” before grabbing the goods from his pockets and book bag.

Biked into the night

A pair of punks stole a man’s white 2018 Yamaha motorcycle from its W. Eighth Street parking spot on April 17.

The incident — which police claimed was captured on camera — occurred between Avenue P and Quentin Road at around 3:30 a.m., according to the report. The perps fled on foot down W. Eighth Street towards Quentin Road, police said.

— Julianne McShane

Posted 12:00 am, April 24, 2019
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