Slasher stabs man on 52nd Street

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72nd Precinct

Sunset Park–Windsor Terrace

Sunset slasher

A knife-wielding wacko stabbed a man on 52nd Street on June 16.

The perp and the victim began arguing outside a home, between Second and Third avenues, at around 4:30 a.m., when the bad guy stabbed the victim in the lower back, cops said.

The victim’s friend drove the victim to Methodist Hospital, where he was treated for non-life threatening injuries, cops said.


A mugger stole a woman’s cell phone on 60th Street on June 6.

The baddie approached the victim when she was looking at her phone while walking between Seventh and Eighth avenues, at around 3 p.m.. The perp then grabbed the phone and ran off toward 7th Avenue, cops said.

Seeley sneak

A burglar broke into a vacant Seeley Street home on June 14.

The brute smashed the rear glass door of the residence, located between 18th Street and Prospect Avenue, at around 10:45. After breaking in, the thief stole several electronics totaling $2,500, cops said.

A tired robbery

A carjacker stole the tires off a parked car on Third Avenue on June 15.

The victim left the car parked between 43rd and 44th streets at midnight, and found all four tires and rims missing when he returned at 9:40 a.m. the following morning, cops said.

Failed grocery goon

A would-be burglar attempted to steal from a Seventh Avenue grocery store on June 15.

The criminal broke into the store, located between 40th and 41st street, at 6:00 a.m. and attempted to steal a cash register, before feeling without stealing anything, cops said.

— Aidan Graham

Updated 9:36 am, June 19, 2019
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