Thief makes off with headphones in subway robbery

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61st Precinct

Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest—
Manhattan Beach—Gravesend

Subway scoundrel

A train robber stole a man’s headphones at the Kings Highway subway station on June 2.

The pillager approached the victim aboard a northbound F train at approximately 6:30 p.m. and punched him in the face multiple times, before grabbing the ill-gotten headphones and hopping off the train, cops said.

Bedford Avenue brutes

Two brutes assaulted and robbed a man on Bedford Avenue on May 28.

The baddies approached the victim near the intersection of Avenue Y at 3:10 a.m. and punched him in the back of the head, causing him to fall to the ground. While he was lying on the sidewalk, the brigands grabbed the victim’s backpack and feld toward E. 26th street, cops said.

Bob the burglar

A pilferer looted a Voorhies Avenue garage on May 28.

The perp snuck into the vacant carport sometime between midnight and 7:30 a.m. and stole $1,520 worth of construction equipment and making off undetected from the property, between Bedford Avenue and E. 24th Street, cops said.

Bodega baddie

A freebooter robbed an Avenue U bodega on May 30.

The burglar broke into the store, located near the intersection of Haring Street, and stole money from the cash register, as well as a safe which contained $3,000, while the store was closed between 3:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m., according to police.

Gravesend goon

A home invader robbed an Avenue X home on May 30.

The perp entered the vacant home between 4 a.m. and 1 p.m. and stole two laptops, a cellphone, and other electronics, before leaving undetected from the home, located between E. 1st and E. 2nd streets, cops said.

— Aidan Graham

Updated 8:48 am, June 5, 2019
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