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Two for the price of one

94th Precinct

Greenpoint–Northside

In through window

A thief hit two apartments in a Bedford Avenue building on March 27.

The tenant told police she left her apartment near N. Sixth Street at 12:30 pm, but when she returned four hours later, she saw her bedroom window was open and her jewelry was gone.

Another tenant said he left his apartment at 8:45 am, but when he returned at 7:20 pm, his bedroom window was open and his computer, DVD player, and coin collection were gone.

Donut holes

A thief stole $150 from the Peter Pan donut shop on Manhattan Avenue on March 30.

The baker told cops he locked up the shop near Norman Avenue at 11 pm, but when the store’s manager returned at 3:30 am the next day, he saw that the glass front door was broken and the cash was removed from the register.

Bombay burglarized

A burglar stole $850 from a Manhattan Avenue Indian restaurant on March 28.

The owner told cops he locked up his establishment near Norman Avenue at 11 pm, but when he returned at 11:30 am the next day, the cash register was open and his cash was gone.

iSnatch

An 18-year-old man allegedly stole an iPhone from a woman on Metropolitan Avenue on March 29.

The victim told police she was near Bedford Avenue at 1:12 am when the jerk swiped the phone and ran. Cops arrested a suspect a few blocks away.

iPhone grab

A 22-year old pickpocket allegedly stole a 16-year-old boy’s iPhone on Bedford Avenue on March 30.

The victim told police her was near Lorimer Street at 10:15 am when the thief stopped him and grabbed the phone from his the front pocket of his pants. Police arrested a suspect a few blocks away.

Headphone rip

A fiend stole a 16-year old boy’s headphones on Lorimer Street on March 29.

The victim told police he was near Conselyea Street at 4:25 pm when the villain snatched his headphones and ran away.

iSwipe

A robber stole a man’s iPhoen on Skillman Avenue on March 30.

The victim told police he was near Woodpoint Road at 10:30 pm when the bandit snatched his phone and ran down Jackson Street.

Lights out

A thief stole a set of studio lights and radio wire from a car parked on Russell Street on March 25.

The driver told cops she parked her car near Norman Avenue at 2 am, but when she returned at 11 am later that day, she saw her car was ransacked and her equipment was missing from the trunk.

— Aaron Short

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