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This guy was no glass act

68th Precinct

Bay Ridge-Dyker Heights

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A beer-swilling punk threw bottles through a man’s Sixth Avenue window on Sept. 18.

The victim told cops that someone tossed a paper bag containing two empty Heineken bottles through the first-floor window of his house between 72nd and 73rd streets at 12:30 am.

Cash and grab

Thugs busted into a fancy car in an 88th Street parking garage on Sept. 16 and swiped a wad of cash.

The victim told cops that he parked his BMW in the garage between Fourth and Fifth avenues at 11:18 am. When he returned three hours later, he found his passenger-side car busted and $1,900 missing from the center console.

Watch it

A fashion-concious musclehead stole a $2,000 watch out of a locker at an 86th Street gym on Sept. 18.

The victim told cops that he left the watch inside the locker room between Fourth and Fifth avenues at 2:30 pm. When he returned an hour later, the padlock had been snipped, and his Movado watch was gone.

Smoked out

A sly smoker slid through a Fifth Avenue deli’s unlocked window overnight on Sept. 11, making off with smokes and cash.

The owners told cops that they had left the side window gate open the night before. When they arrived at the shop between 72nd and 73rd streets at 7 am, 10 packs of cigarettes, four packs of cigars and $100 were gone.

Cops later found the tobacco down the block.

iDoh

Punks with touchscreen envy swiped an iPad and iPod from an unlocked car parked on 82nd Street.

The victim told cops she parked her car between 12th and 13th avenues at around 9 pm on Sept. 13. When she returned 24 hours later, her Apple goods, EZ Pass and wallet were missing.

— Dan MacLeod

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