A thief stole a man’s phone off him at an Avenue U department store on June 15.
The victim told police he felt jostled standing in line to check out at the store near Flatbush Avenue at 7 p.m., only to discover later that his phone was stolen, cops said.
A location app traced the phone to Long Island City, Queens, cops said.
Cops arrested a man who allegedly tried to steal merchandise from a department store on Avenue U on June 21.
An employee told police the suspect grabbed $1,297 worth of stuff around 6:30 p.m., before attempting to flee the store near East 29 Street and Nostrand Avenue.
A thief looted a man’s car on New York Avenue on June 22, taking credit cards.
The crook broke through a passenger-side window and took the victims cards from the middle counsel at around 2:30 p.m., before fleeing the scene on foot, according to authorities.
The fiend later made purchases at Best Buy, Foot Locker and Apple using the victim’s cards, cops said.
Two crooks ransacked a man’s car on East 34 Street on June 17, nabbing $4,000 worth of tools.
The thieves entered the vehicle parked near Avenue R through the trunk at sometime after 3:35 p.m., said the cops.
— Chandler Kidd