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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

Good-smelling swiper

A sneak stole perfume from a Court Street store on Feb. 12.

The incident occurred at the store between Butler and Douglass streets just after 3:15 pm, police said.

Armed and dangerous

Cops cuffed a man and a woman who allegedly had a loaded revolver and assorted ammunition and drugs on Lorraine Street on Feb. 14.

The arrest occurred at Otsego Street at around 6 am, police said.

Loaded up

Police arrested a pair of men who they say had three firearms, ammunition, and drugs on Lorraine Street on Feb. 15.

The arrest occurred between Columbia and Hicks streets at around 5 pm, police said, adding that officers found that the pair had also allegedly stolen more than $2,000 worth of goods.

Bodega bandit

A burglar stole $1,000, $200 worth of cigarettes, and two lottery tickets from a Kane Street deli on Feb. 17.

The incident occurred at the bodega near Hicks Street between 4:45 and 5:45 am, police said, adding that the crook broke a side window to get into the store.

Biked away

A crook stole a man’s white 2017 Yamaha motorcycle on Lorraine Street at some point between Feb. 17 and Feb. 18.

The theft occurred at Hicks Street, where the bike was parked, at some point between 2 am on Feb. 17 and 1:20 pm the following day, police said.

— Julianne McShane

Posted 12:00 am, February 20, 2019
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