Pilferer loots parked car on Nevins Street

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76th Precinct

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Car crook

A bandit swiped a laptop and school supplies from a parked car on Nevins Street between Oct. 21 and Oct. 22.

The victim told police that the burglar broke the passenger’s side window of her 2018 Nissan sedan near Butler and Baltic streets between 8 pm and 1 am the following day, and nabbed her $1000 MacBook laptop and other items.

Suitcase swiper

A thief stole a $250 suitcase from a Warren Street house on Oct. 15.

The victim told police that the looter took the expensive baggage from inside the house between Henry and Clinton streets at 5:30 pm.

Walker weasel

A lout stole a 68-year-old man’s walker from outside his girlfriend’s house on 3rd Street on Oct. 18.

The victim told cops that he left his $90 walker outside his girlfriend’s house near Hoyt and Smith streets between 7:30 am and 3:30 pm, when the thief nabbed it and walked off.

Mechanical burglary

A bandit stole a catalytic converter off a car on President Street on Oct. 17.

The car owner told cops that the pilferer took the $600 exhaust emission control device from the car between Van Brunt and Columbia streets sometime between 2:30 am and 9 pm.

Squeaky clean

A man stole $243 worth of toothpaste from a pharmacy on Court Street on Oct. 17.

Employees told police that the scamp snagged 13 bottles of toothpaste and seven bottles of Sensodyne gel from the store between Pacific and Court streets at 7:20 pm.

— Rose Adams

Posted 12:00 am, October 23, 2019
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