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84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

Rough commute

Three brutes beat a man at the Atlantic Terminal subway station on July 27.

The victim told police he was waiting a the Manhattan-bound D train when the goons waltzed up at 10:10 p.m. and snarled, “Get out of here with your dirty f-----g cuff.”

The punks then laid into the man with a flurry of punches and kicks, which left him with broken cheekbones and 21 stitches, cops said.

Limber lout

A thief nabbed designer yoga pants at a Smith Street store on July 29.

The fitness fiend broke through a glass door at the shop near Wyckoff Street at 2:50 a.m., when he nabbed several pairs of workout pants in a variety of trendy colors, before hightailing it, cops said.

Jay Street bandit

A burglar looted a Jay Street building on July 21.

The victim told police the thief pried open the door of the edifice near Chapel Street at 2 p.m., when he nabbed a Bluetooth speaker, a small notebook, and a printer, before fleeing.

What a tool!

Some looter bagged a bunch of tools from a Hanover Place construction site on Aug. 3.

The victim told police he personally locked all entrances to the work site near Fulton Street the night before, only to return at 7 a.m. the next morning to discover tools and copper wire worth a whopping $11,300 had been nabbed.

Apple picking

A thief swiped a woman’s phone on Fourth Avenue on July 29.

The victim told cops she was talking to mom when the lout snuck up and snatched her cell near Atlantic Avenue at 10:10 p.m.

— Kevin Duggan

Posted 12:00 am, August 7, 2019
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