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84th Precinct

Brooklyn Heights–DUMBO–Boerum Hill–Downtown

ATM Heist

A filcher stole an ATM machine, which contained $27,960, from Schermerhorn Street on Oct. 29.

The bandit un-bolted the machine from the ground near Hoyt Street at around 1 am, before fleeing in a dark SUV, according to police.

Unknown gunman!

A gunman shot a man on York Street on Oct. 29.

The victim told police that he was walking near Bridge Street at around 8:30 pm when the shooter hit him in the leg.

Held up!

Two punks robbed a man on Smith Street on Nov. 11.

The victim told police that the perps held him against the wall near Warren Street at around 2:50 pm, before punching him and stealing his fanny pack and Apple AirPods.

Bicycle bandit

A purloiner stole a bike on Pearl Street on Nov. 1.

The victim told police that the thief broke the lock on his bike near Front Street at around 2:45 pm, before riding off.

Fight!

Police cuffed a woman for allegedly choking another woman on Sands Street on Oct. 28.

The victim told police that the woman allegedly wrapped her hands around her neck near Gold Street at around 8 pm, causing her to feel a shortage of breath.

Police later arrested the woman on woman on felony assault charges, according to police reports.

— Joe Hiti

Updated 7:28 pm, November 5, 2019
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