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88th Precinct

Fort Greene–Clinton Hill

Pipe scheme

Cops are searching for the scoundrel who beat a man with a metal tube on Carlton Avenue on Oct. 19.

The victim told police that the fiend hit him in the head with the pipe near Atlantic Avenue at around 6 pm.

Bike bandits

The cops are looking for the dirtbags who pushed a woman off her bike and robbed her on Flushing Avenue on Oct. 15.

The two jerks took off with her pocketbook, laptop and phone among other things near Navy Street around 9:00 pm, according to police.

Downtown stickup

Two thieves robbed a man at gunpoint on Adelphi Street on Oct. 18.

The victim told police that the two jerks they threatened him, before taking his phone and AirPods near Fulton Street around 2:20 pm.

Mr. Knife Guy

A knife-wielding wacko stabbed a man on Putnam Avenue on Oct. 18.

The victim told police that someone stabbed him in the gut near Fulton Street at 10:30 am.

Phone Snatcher

Police busted a man for allegedly snatching a man’s phone on Lafayette Avenue on Oct. 18.

The victim told police that the man grabbed his phone and hightailed it near Carlton Avenue at around 1:30 pm.

Police slapped him with a grand larceny charge when they cuffed him, according to police.

Close call

Cops arrested a man for allegedly attempting to rob another man on Carlton Avenue on Oct. 19.

The victim told police the suspect shouted “Run your pockets,” while the victim fled the scene near Atlantic Avenue around 6:30 pm, according to cops.

The man was eventually detained after resisting arrest and was slapped with a robbery charge, according to police.

— Joe Hiti

Posted 12:00 am, October 23, 2019
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