Cops cuff man for stealing razors on Court Street

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76th Precinct

Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook

A hairy bad crime

Cops cuffed a 27-year-old man for allegedly swiping a razor from a Court Street store on Oct. 25.

An employee told police that the man nabbed the Gillette razor from the store between Sackett and Degraw streets at 3:40 pm.

Police arrived on the scene and charged the suspect with petty larceny, according to police.

Bike bandit

A thief stole a woman’s bike on Clinton Street on Oct. 29.

The victim told police that the bandit swiped her $90 bike that she left unchained between Sackett and Union streets at 2:55 pm.

Stroller thief

A looter snagged a $750 baby stroller from inside a Sackett Street apartment building on Oct. 28.

The victim told cops that the lout stole the expensive baby carriage from the lobby of her apartment building between Court and Smith street sometime between 1:45 pm and 3:15 pm.

Plastic pilferer

A thief stole four rolls of aluminum and plastic from a Court Street store on Oct. 23.

An employee told police that the burglar nabbed $95 dollars worth of aluminum and plastic the store between Halleck and Bay streets at around 1 pm.

— Rose Adams

Updated 5:59 pm, October 30, 2019
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