Gunman shoots woman in the butt on Bay View Avenue

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Crack shot

A gunman shot a woman in the butt on Bay View Avenue on Oct. 14.

The victim told police that she was walking near W. 11th Street at 4:44 pm, when the shooter hit her with a firearm.

Subway swiper

A swindler robbed a sleeping straphanger near the Neptune Avenue train station on Oct. 13.

The victim told police that he woke up aboard an F train near W. Sixth Street at 4 am, and found that his right pocket slashed open and his wallet missing.

The thief attempted to charge the victim’s bankcard at Metro PCS and the Bowling Green MTA, but the card was declined, according to police.

Hallway bully

A bandit mugged a man in the hallway of his W. Second Street apartment building on Oct. 10.

The victim told police the thief approached him in the apartment building near Shore Parkway at 6 pm, before hitting him in the ribs and forcibly grabbing his wallet.

Home invasion

A gun-wielding home-invader nabbed $250 from a man inside his Neptune Avenue home on Oct. 11

The victim told police that the bandit followed him into his house near W. 35th Street at 7:40 am, and held him-up for the cash at gunpoint.

Gaming heist

A pilferer swiped $1,565 worth of property from a W. 11th Street home between Oct. 12 and 13.

The victim told police that the purloiner snagged jewelry, along with a Playstation 4 and Xbox 360 while the apartment near Avenue V was vacant between between 5 pm and 1:30 am the following day.

Cell snatcher

Police arrested a man for allegedly pickpocketing a sleeping train passenger at Stillwell Avenue station on Oct. 12.

Patrolling officers observed the man allegedly snagging a Samsung Galaxy S9 from the sleeping victim at the station near Surf Avenue at 4:15 am.

Police arrested the man on scene and slapped him with felony larceny charges.

— Jessica Parks

Updated 7:01 pm, October 15, 2019
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