Police bust alleged credit card thief

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63rd Precinct

Marine Park—Mill Basin—Flatlands—Bergen Beach

Larceny charge

Police arrested a man for allegedly stealing credit cards on Flatbush Avenue on June 14.

The female victim told police she last had her credit card at Kings Plaza on June 1, but when she went to grab her plastic to purchase items, she realized her card were stolen.

Police finally caught up with the burglar on June 14 and arrested him on a felony larceny charge, according to the police report.

Cradle robber

A thief looted a baby stroller inside a Flatbush Avenue department store on June 12, taking a wallet and credit cards.

The thief took the items out of woman’s stroller while she was inside a dressing room at the store near Avenue U at around 10 p.m., cops said

The victim called her bank and cancelled her cards after noticing an unauthorized purchase from Jimmy Jazz for $260.70, in addition to $150 that was sent to a cash app profile, according to police.

— Chandler Kidd

Updated 9:36 am, June 19, 2019
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