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Where’s the beef? Here it is — stolen! • Brooklyn Paper

Where’s the beef? Here it is — stolen!

90th Precinct

Southside–Bushwick

Where’s the beef

A thief stole a $50,000 tractor trailer packed with $200,000 in beef on Grand Street on May 30.

The driver told police that she was making a delivery to Western Beef at 3:30 am, and parked her truck near Gardner Avenue with the key in its ignition. She returned 10 minutes later to suffer a bum steer.

Marcy assault

A group of thugs stabbed an 18-year-old man on Broadway on May 30.

The victim was hanging out near Marcy Avenue when the group of six perps surrounded him and started a fight. One stabbed him in the stomach and they fled down Broadway.

Bugsy Seigel

Two perps stole an iPhone from a man on Seigel Street and punched him in the head on May 30.

The victim told police he was walking toward the rain station near Humboldt Street at 1:40 am, when the perps approached. One said, “Yo, take his phone,” and the other grabbed it and struck his head.

Laptop swiped

A thief grabbed a laptop from a Metropolitan Avenue business on June 4.

The owner told police she stepped away from her desk at 4:15 pm, when the perp walked into the store, grabbed the computer, and fled down Havemeyer Street.

Moore is less

A thief stole two laptops from a Moore Street apartment on May 29.

The tenants told police that they left the apartment near Bogart Street at 7 pm, but when they returned four hours later, their stuff was gone.

Bike snatch

A thief stole three bicycles, including a $3,500 Bianchi roadster, from a Lorimer Street apartment near Marcy Avenue overnight on May 29.

The tenants told police that they went to sleep at 11 pm and woke up at 7:30 am to find the bikes missing.

Mazdon’t

A thief stole a navigation device from a Mazda on S. Fifth Street overnight on May 29.

The driver parked near Bedford Avenue at 4 pm and returned at noon the next day to find his windows broken and his digital map gone.

Motorpsycho

A thief rode off with a Honda motorcycle from an Ainslie Street garage.

The owner said he returned from a two-week business trip on June 4 at 5 pm.

— Aaron Short

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