Two knife-wielding scumbags robbed a delivery woman inside a Avenue W housing complex on Aug. 21.
The victim told police the crooks met her in the lobby of the building near E. 29th Street at 12:40 a.m., when one of them pulled a knife and grabbed the package, which contained two cheeseburgers, sweet potato fries, and a caramel cheesecake.
Police searched the area following the robbery, but came up short of finding their suspects, cops said.
A gunman stolen $450 and an iPhone 8 off a 18-year-old man on Nostrand Avenue on Aug. 25.
The victim told police he’d arranged the meet the crook in order to purchase sneakers from him near Avenue V at 4:38 p.m., but the crook pulled a gun on him and nabbed his valuables.
Police cuffed a man for allegedly looting a woman’s Avenue T home on Aug. 19.
The suspect entered the home near. E. Sixth Street through an unlocked door on the first floor at 11:40 p.m., when he started gathering the victim’s jewelry together, cops said.
Unbeknownst to the him, however, the victim began spying on suspect through security cameras located inside the property after he tripped a motion sensor, and cops arrived to find him cowering in the basement, according to police.
A thief nabbed a bicycle from inside a McDonald Avenue building on Aug. 19.
The crook entered the building near Avenue U through an employees-only side entrance at 1:10 p.m., before nabbing the bike and fleeing, cops said.
— Colin Mixson
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