Home break-in

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Someone broke into a 10th Avenue home on June 22 and got away with a grand.

The 46-year-old owner of the house, which is between 69th and 70th streets, told cops that he’d left his home around 4 pm and returned seven hours later to find the front door unlocked and $1,000 and a cellphone missing from inside.

Quick pick

A sneaky shoplifter grabbed more than $1,700 worth of clothes and accessories from an 86th Street boutique on June 25.

The 32-year-old store owner said she noticed merchandise missing from some of the racks around 4 pm. Surveillance cameras showed an unknown thief grabbing 50 different shirts from the store, which is between Fifth and Sixth avenues, before calmly walking out the front door.

Bad workers

Cops are searching for two managers of a Third Avenue drug store who are accused of stealing more than $11,000 from the register between June 3 and June 13.

The owner of the store, which is between 78th and 79th streets, told cops that during a routine check of the week’s receipts, he noticed that the money was not in his bank account. The employees were supposed to deposit the money but had pocketed the cash instead, he told cops.

Updated 12:57 pm, July 2, 2008
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