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Punk assaults eldery woman in Coney Island

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60th Precinct

Coney Island—Brighton Beach—Seagate

Bus bully

A punk punched an eldery woman onboard a bus traveling near Ocean Parkway on Oct. 16.

The victim told police that the snake hit her and grabbed her cellphone near Neptune Avenue at around 2:30 pm to prevent her from calling the police.

The crook eventually gave back the phone before hopping off the bus, according to police reports.

Waffle walkout

A lawbreaker snagged a waffle maker, Sony TV, and other merchandise from a Surf Avenue storefront on Oct. 8.

An employee told police that he left the store near W. 12th Street at noon, when the perp busted the lock on the door and stole the items.

Apple picking

A pirate looted a parked car on Cropsey Avenue on Oct. 19.

The victim told police that he left the car at a hardware store parking lot near Bay 53rd St around 6:20 pm, when the raider broke in and stole $7,200 worth of goods.

Burg-berry

A pilferer grabbed $2,100 worth of property from a parked car on Mermaid Avenue on Oct. 14.

The victim told police that the rake smashed the back window of the car near W. 35th Street at around 8:30 am, before grabbing the items and running off.

— Jessica Parks

Posted 12:00 am, October 23, 2019
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